Thousands March Through Los Angeles in 'All Black Lives Matter' Solidarity Protest

Thousands marched through Los Angeles on June 14 in an ‘All Black Lives Matter’ solidarity protest against racial injustice and in support LGBTQ rights. Local media reported that the crowd was estimated to be in excess of 30,000 people.

This video shows protesters walking down Sunset Boulevard carrying signs, some of which say “silence is violence” and “together we rise.” Pride flags can be seen throughout the crowd.

According to reports the march was held in honor of Tony McDade, a black transgender man who was fatally shot by a police officer in Tallahassee, Florida, on May 27.

The march started on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Sunday and moved towards West Hollywood. Credit: Laura Antonini via Storyful