Angolan emigrants in London held a protest in Trafalgar Square in solidarity with activists in their home country fighting for employment opportunities and the right to local elections in 2021. Protesters chanted “Black Power!” and issued a condemnation to the MPLA government for persecuting demonstrators in Luanda and other cities.
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