Black Lives Matter Murals Around the World
The recent killings of Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and many others have sparked protests against racism and police brutality around the world. They've also inspired murals supporting the Black Lives Matter movement. Here, take a look at some of these powerful artworks across the United States and other countries.
Coast to Coast
Members of the Black Lives Matter movement have been using art to show their support for the fight against injustice and racism.
This mural is located in the city's "Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone."
New York, New York
The Big Apple has been one of many cities showing support for the movement, with protests happening every day since the murder of George Floyd.
Say Their Names
Another mural in New York City highlights the names of people who lost their lives due to racism and police brutality.
Protesters in Atlanta shut down an interstate after police killed 27-year-old Rayshard Brooks in the parking lot of a Wendy's restaurant.
In Bloomington, artists painted over a city mural and sent a message to local police.
Los Angeles, California
These are just a couple of murals that have popped up across the Golden State.
San Francisco, California
As in Georgia, this street-spanning mural is big and bold.
This mural was created by the artist Boss City Taio.
Artists covered plywood used to board up businesses to illustrate their support for the movement.