While tragedy surrounded George Floyd’s death and the tense protests that resulted around the country, his funeral service in his hometown of Houston on Tuesday attempted a shift of celebration.
The service took place at The Fountain of Praise church, a place of worship that Floyd’s family attended when he grew up, and one that had been closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
While more than 6,300 people waited in long lines and in the heat to pay their respects at Monday’s public visitation, only several hundred invited guests, some asked to wear white by the family, were allowed to attend what Pastor Remus E. Wright called “a celebration” of the 46-year-old.
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