Black Lives Matter Protests Continued Across the Country this Weekend: See the Moving Photos
The momentum has not slowed for the Black Lives Matter movement as protests enter their fourth week
People in Los Angeles stand in unity at a Black Lives Matter rally on June 20, calling for justice in the death of Kenneth Ross Jr., who was shot by a Gardena police officer in 2018.
Demonstrators in New York City carry an American flag with "BLACK LIVES MATTER" written on it during a march on Juneteenth weekend.
The National Guard forms a line in front of protestors in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where President Donald Trump held a campaign rally on June 20.
A huge crowd of protesters marches in Brooklyn, New York, on June 20 in support of Black families and defunding the Administration for Children's Services.
A protestor raises his fist during a Juneteenth protest at the 16th street Black Lives Matter Plaza near the White House in Washington, D.C.
Protesters march on June 19 during the Juneteenth Freedom March in Seattle.
Activists in Boston gather during a Black Lives Matter Protest, which happened in response to a Blue Lives Matter rally in Boston on June 17.
On June 16, a woman holds a sign that reads, "Is my son next?" during a protest over the death of Malcolm Harsch, 38, who was found the morning of May 31 hanging from a tree near the library in Victorville. Harsch's death has since been ruled a suicide, though six Black people have been found hanging from trees around the country in the past month, raising suspicions nationwide.
Black Lives Matter protestors gather in front of the Confederate carving in Stone Mountain Park on June 16 in Stone Mountain, Georgia. The Confederate Memorial carving depicts Stonewall Jackson and Robert E. Lee and Confederate States President Jefferson Davis.
Surfers take to the sea in protest on June 20 for a Black Lives Matter Paddle Out in Queens, New York.
An aerial drone view shows thousands of longshoremen and protesters during a Juneteenth rally on June 19 at the Port of Oakland in California.
Crowds of demonstrators fill the streets of the Boystown neighborhood of Chicago in support of Black Trans Lives Matter on June 14.
Crowds sit during a march in support of Black Lives Matter and Black Trans Lives in Chicago's Boystown on June 14.
An aerial shot of West Hollywood shows an impressive crowd of protestors marching during an All Lives Matter solidarity march, which replaced the city's traditional Pride celebration and served to amplify black LGBTQ voices.
Protestors line Hollywood Boulevard in L.A. during the All Black Lives Matter solidarity march.
Protestors gather for the All Black Lives Matter Solidarity March on June 14 in L.A.
Protestors gather at Black Women in Charge, The Monumental March & Voter Registration rally in support of Black Lives Matter at the Indianapolis State Capitol.
Protestors raise their fists during a rally in support of Black Lives Matter at the Indianapolis State Capitol.
On June 14, people gather in Richmond, Virginia, to protest against police brutality after a police car drove into a crowd of protestors the night before. Pedestrians were struck by the vehicle, but none seemed to be seriously injured, according to The Richmond Times-Dispatch.
After the June 13 incident, protestors surrounded the police headquarters in Richmond, Virginia and called for the firing of the police officers involved in the hit-and-run.
Demonstrators in Atlanta protest after the police killing of 27-year-old Rayshard Brooks at a Wendy's fast-food restaurant drive-through on Friday night, June 12.
A throng of demonstrators cross New York City's Brooklyn Bridge on June 13.
The Muslim community gathers in Brooklyn, New York, to protest on June 13.
Protestors march in Brooklyn, New York, on June 12 demanding justice for victims of police brutality and calling for officials to defund the New York City Police Department.