The last few months, well, we can properly say, the entire 2020 year has been a jigsawed rollercoaster rolling on sparked iron tracks with slashed tires in a hailstorm. As the restlessness of confinement buried itself in our burrows, a rising surge of discontent for the unjust inequality that seemed too easily stamped on our days took wave and has yet to slow down. The misfortunate, preventable and unacceptable deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and then the struck match that lit ablaze a raging fire for justice, George Floyd. These consecutive deaths led to a worldwide massive uprising, binding all color lines in unison for the fight for equal rights. Something that has been a constant fight, for what seems like centuries.

All across the American soiled United States and throughout international waters and borders, we found an assembled and love knit bound committed urgency for change.To no longer blindly stand by and watch the intended and senseless deaths of those with black skin in America. To be different and singled out, fear of leaving the house, or simply being YOU in your skin in your house…The days and tides must change and we as global citizens have embarked on that journey, picking up the torches where the many sacrificed left their marks, we carry on…we continue on.

The multitude of eyes, documenting every moment, we share photographer’s Mark Elzey’s perspective from the Boston streets as the masses took to protesting for justice.

Below are some helpful links to educate and keep the fight moving.


Minnesota Freedom Fund

George Floyd Memorial Fund

I Run With Maud

Justice for Breonna Taylor

Black Visions Collective

Reclaim the Block

Campaign Zero

Communities United Against Police Brutality

Black Lives Matter

NAACP Legal Defense Fund

American Civil Liberties Union

National Bail Fund Network

Courtesy of SLAMONLINE.

Reach out to representatives to demand justice and accountability. Find contact information at the links below:

Minnesota Governor Tim Walz

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey

Minneapolis District Attorney Mike Freeman