Over the last weeks there have been protests across the globe speaking out against systemic racial injustices. These protests have ranged from small to large, peaceful to violent and included sit-ins, marches, art installations and group demonstrations. The call to action is undeniable and people are showing up en masse with a diverse array of races, genders, religions, and classes coming together to speak out against racial injustice. As citizens around the world call for leaders to step up and make changes at governmental and societal levels, these protests won't be going away any time soon.

At One Health Productions, we aim to amplify the voices of the overlooked and unheard. Here is a selection of photography and video taken during some of the largest protests in New York City and some of the smallest in middle America. By documenting these moments we give voice to a powerful moment in history and take pause to honor those involved.
Barclays Center, Brooklyn, May 29th 2020
Photography & Videography by Allison C. Hanes
Barclays Center, Brooklyn, May 29th 2020
Videography by Carissa Henderson
Manhattan, New York City, June 2nd 2020
Photography by Charles Lyons
Terre Haute, Indiana, June 6th 2020
Photography by Julia Hill
We must all do our part to ensure a more just and equitable world. To be an active ally to the black community, please visit the Obama Foundation's page actionable steps each citizen can take for justice.

And don't forget, we're also in the midst of a global pandemic. Here's a guide on speaking out and staying safe.

Message from President Obama: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6Un9wC0Fmo

Showing Up for Racial Justice: https://www.showingupforracialjustice.org/

Black Lives Matter: https://blacklivesmatter.com/

Campaign Zero: https://www.joincampaignzero.org/#vision

Color of Change: https://colorofchange.org/

Obama Foundation: https://www.obama.org/
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