Following the deaths of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd, nationwide protests continue in the US as well as globally against police brutality.
This weekend, two blocks of 16th Street, which leads to the White House had been painted in massive, yellow letters: Black Lives Matter in honour of the peaceful protest that took place there.
It was Washington Mayor Muriel Bowser, who commissioned the mural as well as officially naming the street Black Lives Matter Plaza. Bowser also issued a new street sign, accordingly.
Stretching two blocks and spanning the width of the two-lane street, the words "Black Lives Matter" are emblazoned in bright yellow letters - a striking visual representation of the movement.
The new street sign Black Lives Matter Plaza has been installed just above the intersection outside St. John's Church, where Trump made a controversial visit earlier this week, with the police and National Guard removing peaceful demonstrators to clear path for a photo opportunity.
The rallies also resulted in the charging of all four police officers responsible for George Floyd's death.
Photo: Instagram @blacklivesmatterplaza