The New Jersey Devils have decided to support in large letters the movement to end racism and police brutality.
Thus, the organization has made to register the words “Black Lives Matter” at the back of the two threads located on the ice of its training centre in Newark. In a video of 37 seconds broadcast Wednesday on its official Twitter account, the team’s defender P. K. Subban has shown responsible for the maintenance of the rink adding the registration black in color.
A few weeks ago, the Devils have chosen to make their facilities available in anticipation of the second phase of the plan of recovery of activities of the national hockey League, and this, even if they are part of the seven courses already eliminated.
Since the death of George Floyd on 25 may, the protests have been many to denounce racial discrimination in the United States.