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  • 2020年06月12日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 12, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: BOOKS left at St. Johnテ不 Church. Lafayette Square, Black Lives matter. ..Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hopeful and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062101149

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062308490

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062100941

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062101100

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062101033

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062101115

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062101147

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062101015

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062101078

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062101041

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062100788

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062101124

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062100946

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062101038

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062101048

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062100813

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062101053

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062100921

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062101150

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062100965

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062101037

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062101040

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062101026

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062101156

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062100930

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062100874

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062100962

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062100958

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062100947

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062100948

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062101042

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062101158

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062101063

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062101043

  • 2020年06月13日
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    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Make up and Costuming by New York design artist Moshoodat..Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Black women celebrate beauty, body and art with the help of New York fashion designer Moshoodat...Big crowds returned to Black Lives Matter Plaza across from the White House on June 13th in Washington D.C. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Black women celebrate beauty, body and art with the help of New York fashion designer Moshoodat...Big crowds returned to Black Lives Matter Plaza across from the White House on June 13th in Washington D.C. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Black women celebrate beauty, body and art with the help of New York fashion designer Moshoodat...Big crowds returned to Black Lives Matter Plaza across from the White House on June 13th in Washington D.C. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Black women celebrate beauty, body and art with the help of New York fashion designer Moshoodat...Big crowds returned to Black Lives Matter Plaza across from the White House on June 13th in Washington D.C. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Black women celebrate beauty, body and art with the help of New York fashion designer Moshoodat...Big crowds returned to Black Lives Matter Plaza across from the White House on June 13th in Washington D.C. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Black women celebrate beauty, body and art with the help of New York fashion designer Moshoodat...Big crowds returned to Black Lives Matter Plaza across from the White House on June 13th in Washington D.C. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Black women celebrate beauty, body and art with the help of New York fashion designer Moshoodat...Big crowds returned to Black Lives Matter Plaza across from the White House on June 13th in Washington D.C. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Black women celebrate beauty, body and art with the help of New York fashion designer Moshoodat...Big crowds returned to Black Lives Matter Plaza across from the White House on June 13th in Washington D.C. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Black women celebrate beauty, body and art with the help of New York fashion designer Moshoodat...Big crowds returned to Black Lives Matter Plaza across from the White House on June 13th in Washington D.C. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Black women celebrate beauty, body and art with the help of New York fashion designer Moshoodat...Big crowds returned to Black Lives Matter Plaza across from the White House on June 13th in Washington D.C. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Black women celebrate beauty, body and art with the help of New York fashion designer Moshoodat...Big crowds returned to Black Lives Matter Plaza across from the White House on June 13th in Washington D.C. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Shot of Black Lives Matter street from the seventh floor of the St. Regis Hotel. Saturday, June 13th, saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Thousands gathered all throughout the day and evening to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Shot of Black Lives Matter street from the seventh floor of the St. Regis Hotel. Saturday, June 13th, saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Thousands gathered all throughout the day and evening to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Shot of Black Lives Matter street from the seventh floor of the St. Regis Hotel. Saturday, June 13th, saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Thousands gathered all throughout the day and evening to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062101108

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Shot of Black Lives Matter street from the seventh floor of the St. Regis Hotel. Saturday, June 13th, saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Thousands gathered all throughout the day and evening to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062100974

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Shot of Black Lives Matter street from the seventh floor of the St. Regis Hotel. Saturday, June 13th, saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Thousands gathered all throughout the day and evening to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062100870

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Shot of Black Lives Matter street from the seventh floor of the St. Regis Hotel. Saturday, June 13th, saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Thousands gathered all throughout the day and evening to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062100835

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062308536

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062308480

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062100726

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062100784

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: The US Army was patrolling the streets of Washington DC late Saturday afternoon. 

Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062100838

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062101056

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hope and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062100792

  • 2020年06月13日
    Floyd Protests: Washington D.C.

    June 13, 2020, Washington D.C, District of Columbia, U.S: US Army man purchases food from the trucks lining the plaza...Saturday, June 13th saw the biggest crowds of Black Lives Matter protestors in the last week. Hundreds gathered all throughout the day to protest police violence and to celebrate African American Culture, liberation and equality at Black Lives Matter Plaza, formerly known as 16th and H Street, the street that leads to the White House. The LGBT/trans community was well represented. The mood is now more exuberant, hopeful and festive than in past days, and creative forms of expressions of resistance and support for the community are emerging hour by hour. Calls to defund the police, fire Trump, create affordable housing, end structural violence and to love everyone regardless of skin color were ample. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020062100779

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