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The Toronto man is charged after appearing in BLACKFACE for anti-racism protest

Toronto man arrested for showing up against racism protest in BLACKFACE and was taken away by police after protesters attacked him

  • The man, who has not been identified, was wearing black paint at the anti-racism event in Nathan Phillips Square
  • His actions sparked outrage among peaceful protesters with some water on his face and a man shouting that he was “disrespectful”
  • The man shouts, “If I want to put this on my face, I can put this on my face.”
  • Toronto police said the man had been arrested and charged with violating peace
  • This was because several anti-racism events took place in Toronto Saturday after the death of black woman Regis Korchinski-Paquet
  • She fell dead from a balcony on the 24th floor with six officers in the room
  • Protests have also been unified with global outrage over the death of black man George Floyd in Minneapolis last week

A Toronto man has been arrested and charged after turning up in blackface on Saturday against a protest against racism.

The unidentified man wore black paint at the event in Nathan Phillips Square, where protesters had gathered to end racism and police brutality.

Toronto police said the man had been arrested and charged with violating peace.

A Toronto man has been arrested and charged after turning up in blackface on Saturday against a protest against racism

A Toronto man has been arrested and charged after turning up in blackface on Saturday against a protest against racism

The unidentified man wore black paint at the event in Nathan Phillips Square where protesters had gathered to end racism and police brutality

The unidentified man wore black paint at the event in Nathan Phillips Square where protesters had gathered to end racism and police brutality

The unidentified man wore black paint during the event in Nathan Phillips Square where protesters had gathered to end racism and police brutality

Shocking images circulating on social media show the white man covered in black paint on his face and hands walking into the crowd of protesters.

His actions sparked outrage among peaceful protesters with some water on his face and a man shouting that he was “disrespectful.”

The man is heard in the video and yells back, “If I want to put this on my face, I can put this on my face.”

Toronto police were then spotted escorting the man away.

Police later confirmed that the man had been arrested and charged with the very offensive incident.

The shocking events happened when several events were held in Toronto on Saturday to end racism against African Americans.

Calls for change have arisen in Canada following the death of 29-year-old black Regis Korchinski-Paquet in May.

Toronto police said the man had been arrested and charged with violating peace

Toronto police said the man had been arrested and charged with violating peace

Toronto police said the man had been arrested and charged with violating peace

Shocking images circulating on social media show the white man covered in black paint on his face and hands walking into the crowd of protesters

Shocking images circulating on social media show the white man covered in black paint on his face and hands walking into the crowd of protesters

Shocking images circulating on social media show the white man covered in black paint on his face and hands walking into the crowd of protesters

She plummeted from a balcony on the 24th floor until her death, when there were six officers in the room at the time.

Korchinski-Paquet reportedly suffered from a mental crisis, but questions arose about the circumstances of her death.

Protests over the black woman’s death have also unified with worldwide outrage over the death of black man George Floyd in Minneapolis last week, with protesters marching around the world demanding an end to police brutality and racism.

Floyd was killed in an arrest last Monday when white cop Derek Chauvin knelt in the neck for nearly nine minutes until he passed out and died.

The shocking events happened when several events were held in Toronto on Saturday to end racism against African Americans

The shocking events happened when several events were held in Toronto on Saturday to end racism against African Americans

The shocking events happened when several events were held in Toronto on Saturday to end racism against African Americans

Calls for change have arisen in Canada following the death of 29-year-old black woman Regis Korchinski-Paquet in May

Calls for change have arisen in Canada following the death of 29-year-old black woman Regis Korchinski-Paquet in May

Calls for change have arisen in Canada following the death of 29-year-old black woman Regis Korchinski-Paquet in May

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