Video Courtesy: Dimitri Neonakis/Foreflight via CNN Newsource
NOVA SCOTIA (CNN) — A pilot in Canada took to the skies in support of protests rallying against the death of George Floyd.
Dimitri Neonakis, who lives in Nova Scotia, flew a flight path Thursday in the shape of a raised fist.
The sign has become a symbol of the Black Lives Matter movement and a symbol against racism.
Neonakis said “there are no borders when it comes to racism.”
It took him over two hours to finish the image.
Because the drawing was done on a flight path, only radar could detect it. Flightaware.com followed Neonakis during his entire journey and documented the picture.
After completing the flight, Neonakis shared it on Twitter with the caption: “I see a world of one race with many colours in which everyone of us can ‘breathe free.'”