“All Black Lives Matter” Mural Painted On Hollywood & Highland In Advance Of LGBTQ+/BLM March

Click here to read the full article.
A solidarity march between the LGBTQ + and the Black Lives Matter community is celebrated by a huge mural labeled "All Black Lives Matter" at the intersection of Hollywood and Highland, the starting point of the march.
Scroll to continue with the content
Aerelight A1 glare-free OLED desk / table lamp with
The march begins today at 11 a.m. and ends in West Hollywood on the boulevards of Santa Monica and San Vicente. The large gathering follows last week's march in Hollywood, where an estimated 50,000 people marched.
More from Deadline
"Legendary" judges talk about the history of ballroom culture and introduce it to the mainstream - ATX
Netflix acquires Sundance Docu 'Disclosure' from Director Sam Feder
"Together proud: You are not alone": GLAAD's livestream event collects donations for LGBTQ centers. Pete Buttigieg asks the audience to vote
Today's march is said to be a reaction to racial injustices. It arrives on the day the annual March and LA Pride Festival was due to take place, an event canceled due to the pandemic. The organizers of today's march also witnessed struggles that threatened to derail the protest, among other things due to concerns about co-optation and police involvement.
The organization "All Black Lives Matter", whose leaders come from the LGBTQ + community, created the mural with the Trailer Park Group. The installation will be postponed after the event and the city said it will try to find a new home.
“Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera bravely started a movement at the Stonewall Inn in 1969. You have campaigned against systemic racism and bigotry. We have to recognize and acknowledge the many tireless years of service and action by black LGBTQ + people, ”said the All Black Live Matter group in a statement. “The LGBTQ + community needs to expand its support to unite against oppression, police brutality, racism, transphobia and the many other disparities that affect the black community disproportionately.
“We are here to strengthen the voices of the Black Queer and to come together in solidarity. The All Black Lives Matter solidarity march, approved by BLM-LA and the Black Advisory Board, aims to bring the community together to peacefully exercise and heal our First Amendment rights. "
Today's march participants are asked to wear masks and avoid large crowds if they are at risk or have symptoms of COVID-19 infection.
Best of Deadline
Coronavirus: US cases top 2 million, CDC says, killed near 114,000 - update
Coronavirus: films that stopped or delayed production during the outbreak
Hong Kong film type postponed due to fears of coronavirus; Event moves two weeks before Toronto
Sign up for the Deadline newsletter. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for the latest news.

Click to receive the most important news as a notification!

Last News

5 Foods You Should Never Buy in Bulk—and 3 You Should ALWAYS Grab

Iggy Azalea Looks Unrecognizable in New Photos With Son Onyx

Shawn Mendes Shares Look at Life With Camila Cabello in Quarantine: PJs and No Pants Needed

Week 8 Waiver Wire: Add Nelson Agholor, Hyde

LisaRaye McCoy Says She’s Open to a Date With Meek Mill: ‘Come Through’

Queen's Daughter-in-Law Sophie Is Spotted Carriage Driving After Completing Quarantine