14 Los Angeles Artists Share Works Inspired by the Recent Protests Over Racial Injustice

A visual message.

There are many ways to amplify your voice in challenging moments. You can give speeches. You can write essays. You can raise signs. You can chant slogans. For the artistic community, this expression can come in the way of dance, performance, music and visual art.

Here, 14 Los Angeles artists share works with the Los Angeles Times that portray their unique reactions to the protests that followed the death of George Floyd on May 25.

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