All Black Lives Matter


Invisible Men is proud to partner with All Black Lives Matter (Black LGBTQ+ Activists for Change B.L.A.C.) to UPLIFT our fallen brother Tony McDade who was murdered by police as well as all of our trans siblings lost to brutal violence. Black trans lives MATTER! We will not continue to be erased.
For more info for B.L.A.C. click HERE

Join us June 14, 2020 @ 11 am for the ALL LIVES MATTER SOLIDARITY MARCH.

“ALL BLACK LIVES MATTER – Hollywood” Hollywood Street Mural Installation

Design: Luckie Alexander

“The art piece speaks to the intersections of being black, sexual orientation and gender identity that are included in this racial movement,” said Luckie Alexander, who created the design of the artwork.
“It speaks volumes to the commitment our city has regarding inclusion and equity for the Black community, especially our queer and trans community of color,” Alexander said. “As a Black (transgender) man, our specific community has been continually overlooked, and this gives me hope that we will continue to be heard here in Los Angeles.” Tony McDade was a Black Transman who was kill by Florida Police and was the inspiration for the installation.

Rest in Power Tony McDade.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – JUNE 13: An aerial view of Hollywood Boulevard painted with the words ‘All Black Lives Matter’ near the famous TCL Chinese Theatre (L) as protests continue in the wake of George Floyd’s death on June 13, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. George Floyd died on May 25th when he was in Minneapolis police custody, sparking nationwide protests. A white police officer, Derek Chauvin, has been charged with second-degree murder, with the three other officers involved facing other charges. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

Aug 27 2020 Permanent installation also by Luckie Alexander

Copyright 2020

Artist: Luckie Alexander

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