Protesters ride a bus through a street in Atlanta on Tuesday, June 2. The windshield reads “use your voice.”
Protesters raise their fists in New York City on June 2.
A group of clergy members stops and prays during a march to a George Floyd memorial in Minneapolis on June 2.
Members of the National Guard watch as demonstrators march along Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles on June 2.
Ericka Ward-Audena stands with her 7-year-old daughter, Elle, during a protest in Washington on June 2. “I wanted my daughter to see the protests,” she said. “It’s really important. I’ve gotten a million questions from her because of it.”
Protesters gather near Manhattan’s Foley Square in New York on June 2.
Protesters rally in Bethesda, Maryland, on Tuesday, June 2.
A resident of Clarksville, Tennessee, holds up a sign that says “I can’t breathe” across the street from protesters on June 2.
Protesters rally outside the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus on June 2.
Passengers hold up their fists in solidarity with protesters as they drive by the Wood County Courthouse in Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, on June 2.
A person holds a “Black Lives Matter” sign as a heavy cloud of tear gas and smoke rises in Seattle on Monday, June 1.
People attend a candlelight vigil at Queens Park in New York on June 1.
Two men kneel in front of a line of Kentucky state troopers during a protest in Louisville on June 1.
A firework thrown by a protester explodes at the feet of police in Riverside, California, on June 1.
Security forces push protesters away from the White House in order to allow President Trump to make a visit to a nearby church on June 1.
Law enforcement officers kneel with protesters in Atlanta on June 1.
A protester is doused with water and milk after being hit with pepper spray from law enforcement in Washington on June 1.
Protesters gather at the J.E.B. Stuart statue in Richmond, Virginia, on June 1.
A demonstrator holds her hands up while she kneels in front of police officers at City Hall in Anaheim, California, on June 1.
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