Brooklyn Liberation: Photo Series
This past Sunday a massive gathering of protesters—all clad in white—rallied around the Brooklyn Museum before taking to the streets in a march of support for the Black Trans community.
The protest, called Brooklyn Liberation by organizers, featured speeches and a silent march through Brooklyn to Fort Greene Park. Organizers said that police scanners estimated over 15,000 people in attendance.
This stunning display of solidarity comes in the midst of an ongoing national protest over police brutality and just two days after the tragic news of Black Trans women Dominique “Rem’mie” Fells and Riah Milton’s deaths. See below for pictures of the event.
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