Four days after police killed George Floyd, protests continued to break out across the country on Friday. This is the scene that took place at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Last Saturday, May 30, Sampson was shot seven times with rubber bullets and beaten at a protest in Los Angeles.
The organization, which posts bail for people and asks them to show up for their court dates so that the funds can be returned, has seen an explosion of support.
While plenty of clothing brands have declared solidarity with BLM via Instagram posts, others are supporting it in a more concrete way: by directing profits toward it.