A young child attended a protest in downtown Los Angeles through the safety of a vehicle, popping out the car's sunroof to make their voice heard.
Two young girls, one Latinx and one Black, marched together during a protest in Chicago meant to show solidarity and unity amongst their two communities.
Surfers in Montauk join a "National Paddle Out" held on June 5 to honor George Floyd. The event, which took place in coastal communities across America, was organized by Black Girls Surf.
At a makeshift memorial for George Floyd in Minneapolis on May 30, a woman sprayed hand sanitizer into the hands of protesters risking COVID-19 exposure to take part in the protest.
Protesters took to the streets in Berlin, Germany on May 31 to express their solidarity with Black Americans. The demonstration was one of many witnessed overseas in countries including France, Australia, New Zealand, Italy, the U.K., the Netherlands and Denmark.
On May 31, nurses in Boston were photographed stepping outside their hospital to applaud protesters marching by.
Terrence Floyd, brother of George Floyd, was the first family member to visit the site of George's death, attending a vigil on June 1 flanked by supporters. Addressing the crowd gathered, Terrence said, "I understand y'all upset, but like it was already said, I doubt y'all are half as upset as I am. So, if I'm not over here wildin' out, if I'm not over here blowing up stuff, if not over here messing up my community, then what are y'all doing? What are y'all doing? Y'all are doing nothing. Because that's not gonna bring my brother back at all. It may feel good for the moment, just like when you drink, but when it comes down you're gonna wonder what you did."
Volunteers in Seattle helped clean up on May 31 after violence leaves a storefront damaged.
On June 1, Denver Police Chief Paul Pazen linked arms with demonstrators protesting Floyd's death.
After volunteers received permission from the city of Washington, D.C. to paint the words "Black Lives Matter" down 16th Street, which leads to the White House, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser renamed that portion of the street "Black Lives Matter Plaza" on June 5.
On June 7, a young boy was photographed on horseback while participating in a "peace ride" in Compton, CA organized by the Compton Cowboys. According to their website, the group is "a collective of lifelong friends on a mission to uplift their community through horseback and farming lifestyle, all the while highlighting the rich legacy of African-Americans in equine and western heritage."
Two youngsters were photographed holding signs in support of Black Lives Matter at a protest in Bethpage, NY on June 6.
Washington, D.C. eateries Ben's Chili Bowl and Old Ebbitt Grill distributed free food to protesters attending a June 6 demonstration near the White House.
Protesters in Louisville, KY released balloons into the air during a vigil for Breonna Taylor held on June 6. It would have been her 27th birthday.
Protesters filled War Memorial Park in Denver, CO with flowers at a "Flowers for Mr. Floyd" memorial on June 6.
On June 6, protesters in Chicago presented members of the Chicago Police Department with flowers.
Health care workers joined a protest in Chicago on June 6.
Members of the National Guard took a knee with a protester at a demonstration in Los Angeles, CA on June 2.
On June 2, the Empire State Building went dark for the second night in a row in honor of Floyd.
Neighbors in Ferguson, MO helped clean up a storefront on May 31 after an evening of property damage.
After a Black Lives Matter protest passed by their "micro wedding" on the lawn of the Logan Hotel in Philadelphia on June 6, Dr. Kerry Anne Perkins and Michael Gordon joined the march while still in wedding attire.
Childhood friends Kiitan Amao, Moyo Badun and Sean Hill went viral after attending a protest in the small Irish town of Dundalk when a photo of the trio of their youth was juxtaposed to their current-day activism.
While attending a protest together in Raleigh, N.C., Xavier Young got down on one knee and proposed to girlfriend Marjorie Alston. "Making history while witnessing history," Young captioned his video of the proposal.