This protest poster calls for solidarity and an end to police brutality. The placard consists of yellow paper stapled to several pieces of paper and poster boards. Newspaper clippings are glued on top of the yellow paper and read [Ferguson], [Fight for system change!], [Michael Brown], [capitalism], [police brutality], ['We know who is to blame']. Pictures of Michael Brown and Trayvon Martin are also glued to the paper. The word [SOLIDARITY] is handwritten on a peice of white paper that is glued at the bottom of the poster.
A black-and-white photograph taken at a Black Lives Matter rally in Baltimore, Maryland. A group of men stand on a curb or ledge facing a crowd. Many of the men have a fist raised. At proper right, a person in the crowd is holding a placard that says: "JUSTICE / for Freddie Gray / Walter Scott / Eric Garner / Michael Brown / Akai Gurley / Trayvon Martin / Ramarley Graham / [illegible]" Behind the men standing at center are three (3) flagpoles, with the Maryland state flag at proper left, the United States flag at center, and a white flag with an eagle and shield emblem at center on the proper right. Behind the group is an office building.
A black-and-white photograph taken at a Black Lives Matter rally in Baltimore, Maryland. A group of people stand in a crowd, facing away from the camera, holding signs. The signs read, at left: "BLACK LIVES / MATTER [illegible], center left: "BLACK / LIVES / MATTER", at center right: a partially blocked sign listing names including Freddie Gray, Walter Scott, Eric Garner, Michael Brown, Akai Gurley, Trayvon Martin, Ramarley Graham, and others, and at right: "TUESDAY / APRIL 14 / #ShutDownA14 / STOP / MURDER BY POLICE" with rows of pictures of men and women below the text.