Hall of Famer Yannick Noah calls on fans to unite against racism.
Protesters have hit the streets in cities across America demonstrating against the killing of George Floyd.

Hall of Famer Yannick Noah is calling for justice for Floyd—and for the tennis community to unite against racism.

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Floyd, an African American man, was kllled during an arrest near downtown Minneapolis.

Fired police officer Derek Chauvin kneeled on Floyd's neck for nearly nine minutes as Floyd gasped for air and repteadly said "I can't breathe" until he died.

Chauvin, who kept his knee on Floyd's neck for nearly three minutes after he became unresponsive, has been arrested and charged with third degree murder and second degree manslaughter.

The other three officers who participated in Floyd's arrest and stood and watched while Chauvin choked him, have not yet been charged. 

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Wearing a white t-shirt quoting Floyd's plea "I Can't Breathe", Noah added the hashtag "Justice for George Floyd" to both the shirt and his Instagram post.

"Enough!!!!!" Noah captioned the post. "It’s not enough to be non racist we must be Anti racist! Say it LOUD !!! Justice for Georges FLOYD and ALL!!"