Los Angeles: LGBTQ2S march in solidarity with Black lives

On June 14, the LGBTQ2S community in Los Angeles chanted and shouted their anger over police racism and violence in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement in a huge march. 

Thousands of handmade signs and banners expressed the rage that erupted and continues over the police murders of George Floyd in Minneapolis and Rayshard Brooks in Atlanta, and took up the epidemic violence against Black Trans and Black Queer lives.

The march snaked its way through the heart of Hollywood past the famous sidewalk tributes to movie stars and into the LGBTQ2S city of West Hollywood.