Members of the Los Angeles Lakers and Miami Heat kneel during the national anthem ahead of Game One of the NBA Finals on Wednesday, September 30.
The Philadelphia Eagles and Washington football team stand together ahead of their NFL season opener on September 13.
Two-time World Surf League champion Tyler Wright takes a knee before competing in an event at Tweed Heads South, Australia on September 13.
Chelsea’s Pernille Harder steps out for a warm-up ahead of a soccer match in Leigh, England on September 6.
The University of Alabama football team, led by coach Nick Saban, marches on campus in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Black Lives Matter signage can be seen in Louis Armstrong Stadium in New York City as Cori Gauff plays against Anastasija Sevastova at the US Open.
WNBA Indiana Fever members wear Black Lives Matter shirts ahead of their game against the Chicago Sky on August 31.
Miami Marlins outfielder Lewis Brinson leaves the field on August 27 after placing a Black Lives Matter t-shirt on home plate in New York City. The Marlins and New York Mets left the field after a moment of silence, choosing not to play their scheduled baseball game.
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders wears Jacob Blake’s name on his helmet during training on August 27.
A field team covers the pitch at Oracle Park in San Francisco after a Major League Baseball game was postponed on August 26.
In a practice round for the BMW Championship, professional golfer Cameron Champ used his shoes to show his support for Blake and the Black Lives Matter movement.
“End Racism” banners are displayed at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto ahead of an NHL playoff game on August 26th.
Detroit Lions defensive end Trey Flowers speaks to the media with his teammates outside their training facility on August 25. The Lions canceled training in light of Blake’s shooting, and they discussed the incident in a team meeting that lasted for hours. “We’re going to get our message out; we’re going to do it as a team,” said Flowers. “We understand that someone is going to try to skew the narrative … lose the point, but we’re going to stay focused on the subject.”
A Real Salt Lake fan sits in the stands after the Major League Soccer team postponed their game on August 26.
Members of the NHL Colorado Avalanche, Vegas Golden Knights, Dallas Stars and Vancouver Canucks reunite after postponement of their playoff games in Edmonton, Alta.
Formula 1 champion Lewis Hamilton raises his fist ahead of a race in Northampton, England on August 9.
Footballers from PSG and Lyon kneel ahead of a Champions League semi-final in Bilbao, Spain on August 26.
Beach volleyball player April Ross wears a temporary Black Lives Matter tattoo during a game in Long Beach, Calif. On July 19.
Tennis players Dan Evans and Kyle Edmund join match referee James Keothavong to take a knee in London on June 28.
Cricketers with the Kent Spitfires take a knee during a match in Canterbury, England.
Formula 1 driver Kimi Raikkonen wears an “End racism” jersey before a race in Barcelona, Spain on August 16.
Members of the Trinbago Knight Riders kneel before a cricket match in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.
Major League Soccer players participate in a pre-match ceremony ahead of the league restart on July 8.
Houston Dynamo goalie Cody Cropper warms up in a Black Lives Matter t-shirt on August 25.
The Boston Red Sox Foundation placed this sign behind the famous “Green Monster” exterior wall in Fenway Park.
Rugby players from Bath and Northampton show their support ahead of a game in Northampton, England.
Kansas City outfielder Jorge Soler catches a ball in front of a George Floyd backboard in Minneapolis on August 15.
A Houston Dash player wears a Black Lives Matter armband before a NWSL game in Herriman, Utah on July 17.
After winning the Champions League, Bayern Munich defender David Alaba wears a shirt that says “Black Lives Still Matter”.
A sign of Black Lives Matter is seen during a Major League Soccer game in Harrison, New Jersey on August 24.
Members of the San Antonio Spurs snuggle up before a game against Sacramento on July 31.
Kilmarnock manager Alex Dyer, second from right, takes a knee before a football match in Glasgow, Scotland.
Members of the Orlando Magic and Brooklyn Nets kneel during the national anthem before the start of an NBA game on July 31.
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