Two more black men have died since the anti-racism protests started in the US

Against prejudice dissidents on Saturday looked to point out the passing of two dark men — one who was discovered swinging from a tree in California and another who was lethally shot by police outside an Atlanta café. The Atlanta police boss surrendered hours after the fact. 

Atlanta police were called late Friday about a man said to be dozing in a vehicle obstructing a Wendy's eatery drive-through.

The Georgia Department of Examination was researching reports that 27-year-old Rayshard Creeks bombed a moderation test and was shot in a battle over a police Taser. 

By Saturday evening, Atlanta Civic chairman Keisha Spear Bottoms declared that she had acknowledged the renunciation of Police Boss Erika Shields. The declaration came as about 150 nonconformists walked outside the café. The civic chairman likewise required the quick terminating of the official who started shooting at Streams. 

'I don't accept this was an advocated utilization of fatal power,' Bottoms said. 

Stacey Abrams, the Georgia Democrat who increased national unmistakable quality running for senator in 2018, tweeted that 'dozing in a drive-through must not end in death.' 

In Palmdale, California, many individuals walked to request an examination concerning the passing of 24-year-old Robert Fuller, who was discovered swinging from a tree early Wednesday close to city corridor. The nonconformists walked from where the body was found to a sheriff's station, with many conveying signs that said 'Equity for Robert Fuller.' 

Specialists said the passing gave off an impression of being a self destruction, however a post-mortem examination was arranged. The city said there were no outside cameras that could have recorded what occurred. 

Fuller's passing has exposed the demise of another dark man discovered dangling from a tree on May 31 in Victorville, a desert city 45 miles (72 kilometers) east of Palmdale. A sheriff's representative, Jodi Mill operator, disclosed to Victor Valley News treachery was not suspected in 38-year-old Malcolm Harsch's demise yet the man's family said they were concerned it will be administered a self destruction to keep away from further consideration. 

Dissenters in New Orleans tore down a bust of a slave proprietor who left piece of his fortune to New Orleans' schools and afterward took the remaining parts to the Mississippi Waterway and folded it down the banks into the water. 

The police didn't distinguish the bust however neighborhood media recognized it as a bust of John McDonogh. Chairman LaToya Cantrell said in a tweet that the city 'rejects vandalism and demolition of City property. It is unlawful.'