These Photos Of Loner Protesters On #BlackLivesMatter Movement Are Proof That Even A Single Voice Holds The Power To Make A Difference

In big cities, joining a group of like-minded people at a Black Lives Matter protest is very easy. People are protesting the murder of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and so many others killed by racist police violence, and they’re doing it in enormous numbers in every state. It’s amazing and inspiring.

But what’s even more inspiring are the people who can’t join a big group, because they live in a place that is affluent and predominantly white or rural and predominantly white. Places where people are more likely to be racist and more likely to trust the police. Places where there is a much smaller population. In those places, standing up for what’s right is a lonelier action, but incredibly moving to see. Below are some of the lone protestors who have shown up to be a voice for #Blacklivesmatter and justice everywhere. Every voice counts and it’s a closer step towards ending this unfairness.

1. My Mom Did Her Own March

Credits: baddiejezzy

2. The Karens Doing Their Part To Stop The Violence!


3. A Lone Protester In The Heart Of A Small Southern City. Thank You.


It’s always good to know your rights before going to a protest to avoid any possible misunderstanding. The government can’t stop you from peacefully protesting, but it can restrict the time, place, and manner of the protest. However, the content itself can never be a reason to block the protest.

Remember that on private property, though, nobody has a right to assemble. Police can move you off the property and keep you from demonstrating there.

4. Let Us All Hope We Don’t Need To Have A Sign Like This When We Are His Age


5. Ocean Shores, Washington, In The Middle Of The Small Town Traffic Circle. No Voice Is Too Small.


6. This Man Has Been Standing Alone In Our Town Square For The Past Few Days, Gods Bless His Courage


Emerson Sykes, a staff attorney with the ACLU’s Speech, Technology and Privacy Project, who studies free speech protections under the First Amendment, suggests to pack light if you’re going to a protest. Consider bringing water and a snack at minimum. If you bring a bag, prepare for it to be searched.

People should also remember that we’re still in times of pandemic, so “wearing a mask can keep you from breathing in droplets containing coronavirus.” Coming within close contact of other protesters could expose you to their spit or sneezes, which may carry the coronavirus.

7. #blacklivesmatter Lone Protester In Lacey – Marvin Road – #blm – What A Powerful Lone Protester Today! It’s Good To See This Out In The Rural Community Too.


8. We Had One Guy In Our Town Start A Protest Alone

Credits: RealFunBobby

9. This Dude Ran All The Way Ahead And Stood Alone

Credits: Tyler_Levenson

When it comes to taking photos and videos at the protest, as long as it’s a public space, you’re free to do so. Emerson Sykes, a staff attorney with the ACLU’s Speech, Technology and Privacy Project, who studies free speech protections under the First Amendment, told Mercury News that you have the right to take photos and videos of what’s happening at a protest in a public place. You are able to record police, too.

Another good tip from Sykes is to “memorize or write on your arm the number to a local or national law organization that could assist you in getting out of jail,” because you never know if you’re gonna need legal help or in case you get arrested.

10. Outside Of The Norfolk Va Pd Today.


10. One Man Protest

Credits: jonny_is_good

11. Sole Protester In Town Of Palm Beach

Credits: Grace_PF

12. Was Driving Through Enterprise Alabama Yesterday And Spotted This Lone Protester At The City Hall.


14. My Husband Protesting Alone

Credits: stefaniafranja

15. It’s Not Much Of A Protest, But It’s The Best I Can Do Right Now. Sitting Outside Past “Curfew”


16. Sole Protester

Credits: TheDanGuerrero

Photographer “Time Travels” by Photoshopping Herself into Old Celebrity Photos

Have you ever imagined if you could go back in time and take a picture with famous people? If yes, you will probably enjoy a similar series in 2013, called “Time Travel” created by an artist, Flora. She is a young fine art photographer from Hungary. She uses exquisite photo manipulation in order to create surreal images that are thematically focused on identity, relationships, and dreams. However, today we will mainly focus on how she discovers the possibilities of the well known “selfie” phenomenon with famous people. Let’s admit that it would be pretty difficult to explain the concept of a selfie to a person from the 20th century. But this fact makes these series even more interesting!

“After the first official picture of a black hole was released last week, I decided to look into the Theory of relativity and I’ve been wondering how cool it was, if I could travel faster than the speed of light, ergo I could travel back in time. While I’ve been making a “selfie” with Albert Einstein (photoshopping myself into a picture of him) I decided to celebrate this amazing discovery with a series of pictures, where I travel back in time. ” writes Flora in her website.

Check out the gallery below. Also, tell us in the comment section below; If you could go back in time who would you like to take a selfie with?

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#1 Marilyn Monroe

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#2 Mahatma Gandhi

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#3 John Lennon

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#4 Salvador Dali

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#5 Albert Einstein

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#6 Sigmund Freud

Flora Borsi

#7 Audrey Hepburn

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