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  • Statue of General Storms covered in paint
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0235053.jpg
    The statue of General Storms covered with red paint, as were other statues of Belgian personalities before him and linked to Belgian colonization. Since the Black Live Matters events, many statues have been covered with red paint symbolizing the blood spilled during the colonial period. General Storms is known to have campaigned between 1882 and 1885 in East Africa, commander of the fourth expedition of the African International Association, created under the leadership of Leopold II to explore and conquer the territory that will become in 1885 the Congo Free State.
  • Statue of General Storms covered in paint
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0235054.jpg
    The statue of General Storms covered with red paint, as were other statues of Belgian personalities before him and linked to Belgian colonization. Since the Black Live Matters events, many statues have been covered with red paint symbolizing the blood spilled during the colonial period. General Storms is known to have campaigned between 1882 and 1885 in East Africa, commander of the fourth expedition of the African International Association, created under the leadership of Leopold II to explore and conquer the territory that will become in 1885 the Congo Free State.
  • Statue of General Storms covered in paint
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0235055.jpg
    The statue of General Storms covered with red paint, as were other statues of Belgian personalities before him and linked to Belgian colonization. Since the Black Live Matters events, many statues have been covered with red paint symbolizing the blood spilled during the colonial period. General Storms is known to have campaigned between 1882 and 1885 in East Africa, commander of the fourth expedition of the African International Association, created under the leadership of Leopold II to explore and conquer the territory that will become in 1885 the Congo Free State.
  • Statue of General Storms covered in paint
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0235056.jpg
    The statue of General Storms covered with red paint, as were other statues of Belgian personalities before him and linked to Belgian colonization. Since the Black Live Matters events, many statues have been covered with red paint symbolizing the blood spilled during the colonial period. General Storms is known to have campaigned between 1882 and 1885 in East Africa, commander of the fourth expedition of the African International Association, created under the leadership of Leopold II to explore and conquer the territory that will become in 1885 the Congo Free State.
  • Statue of General Storms covered in paint
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0235057.jpg
    The statue of General Storms covered with red paint, as were other statues of Belgian personalities before him and linked to Belgian colonization. Since the Black Live Matters events, many statues have been covered with red paint symbolizing the blood spilled during the colonial period. General Storms is known to have campaigned between 1882 and 1885 in East Africa, commander of the fourth expedition of the African International Association, created under the leadership of Leopold II to explore and conquer the territory that will become in 1885 the Congo Free State.
  • Statue of General Storms covered in paint
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0235058.jpg
    The statue of General Storms covered with red paint, as were other statues of Belgian personalities before him and linked to Belgian colonization. Since the Black Live Matters events, many statues have been covered with red paint symbolizing the blood spilled during the colonial period. General Storms is known to have campaigned between 1882 and 1885 in East Africa, commander of the fourth expedition of the African International Association, created under the leadership of Leopold II to explore and conquer the territory that will become in 1885 the Congo Free State.
  • Statue of General Storms covered in paint
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0235059.jpg
    The statue of General Storms covered with red paint, as were other statues of Belgian personalities before him and linked to Belgian colonization. Since the Black Live Matters events, many statues have been covered with red paint symbolizing the blood spilled during the colonial period. General Storms is known to have campaigned between 1882 and 1885 in East Africa, commander of the fourth expedition of the African International Association, created under the leadership of Leopold II to explore and conquer the territory that will become in 1885 the Congo Free State.
  • Fresco paying homage to Assa Traoré, sister of Adama Traoré
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0232241.jpg
    After a first fresco painted in Stains representing Adama Traoré and Georges Floyd, the committee in Traoré inaugurated yesterday, Sunday 12 July, a new mural in Noisy-le-Sec, along the Ourq canal, a few metres from the Romy Schneider footbridge. The Black Lines collective, which created this painting, drew the word "Justice" on a wall several meters high, with a portrait of Assa Traoré wearing his "Justice for Adama" t-shirt over it. On the right was drawn a representation of Eugène Delacroix's painting "Freedom guiding the people".
  • Fresco paying homage to Assa Traoré, sister of Adama Traoré
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0232242.jpg
    After a first fresco painted in Stains representing Adama Traoré and Georges Floyd, the committee in Traoré inaugurated yesterday, Sunday 12 July, a new mural in Noisy-le-Sec, along the Ourq canal, a few metres from the Romy Schneider footbridge. The Black Lines collective, which created this painting, drew the word "Justice" on a wall several meters high, with a portrait of Assa Traoré wearing his "Justice for Adama" t-shirt over it. On the right was drawn a representation of Eugène Delacroix's painting "Freedom guiding the people".
  • Fresco paying homage to Assa Traoré, sister of Adama Traoré
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0232243.jpg
    After a first fresco painted in Stains representing Adama Traoré and Georges Floyd, the committee in Traoré inaugurated yesterday, Sunday 12 July, a new mural in Noisy-le-Sec, along the Ourq canal, a few metres from the Romy Schneider footbridge. The Black Lines collective, which created this painting, drew the word "Justice" on a wall several meters high, with a portrait of Assa Traoré wearing his "Justice for Adama" t-shirt over it. On the right was drawn a representation of Eugène Delacroix's painting "Freedom guiding the people".
  • Fresco paying homage to Assa Traoré, sister of Adama Traoré
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0232244.jpg
    After a first fresco painted in Stains representing Adama Traoré and Georges Floyd, the committee in Traoré inaugurated yesterday, Sunday 12 July, a new mural in Noisy-le-Sec, along the Ourq canal, a few metres from the Romy Schneider footbridge. The Black Lines collective, which created this painting, drew the word "Justice" on a wall several meters high, with a portrait of Assa Traoré wearing his "Justice for Adama" t-shirt over it. On the right was drawn a representation of Eugène Delacroix's painting "Freedom guiding the people".
  • Fresco paying homage to Assa Traoré, sister of Adama Traoré
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0232245.jpg
    After a first fresco painted in Stains representing Adama Traoré and Georges Floyd, the committee in Traoré inaugurated yesterday, Sunday 12 July, a new mural in Noisy-le-Sec, along the Ourq canal, a few metres from the Romy Schneider footbridge. The Black Lines collective, which created this painting, drew the word "Justice" on a wall several meters high, with a portrait of Assa Traoré wearing his "Justice for Adama" t-shirt over it. On the right was drawn a representation of Eugène Delacroix's painting "Freedom guiding the people".
  • Fresco paying homage to Assa Traoré, sister of Adama Traoré
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0232246.jpg
    After a first fresco painted in Stains representing Adama Traoré and Georges Floyd, the committee in Traoré inaugurated yesterday, Sunday 12 July, a new mural in Noisy-le-Sec, along the Ourq canal, a few metres from the Romy Schneider footbridge. The Black Lines collective, which created this painting, drew the word "Justice" on a wall several meters high, with a portrait of Assa Traoré wearing his "Justice for Adama" t-shirt over it. On the right was drawn a representation of Eugène Delacroix's painting "Freedom guiding the people".
  • Fresco paying homage to Assa Traoré, sister of Adama Traoré
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0232247.jpg
    After a first fresco painted in Stains representing Adama Traoré and Georges Floyd, the committee in Traoré inaugurated yesterday, Sunday 12 July, a new mural in Noisy-le-Sec, along the Ourq canal, a few metres from the Romy Schneider footbridge. The Black Lines collective, which created this painting, drew the word "Justice" on a wall several meters high, with a portrait of Assa Traoré wearing his "Justice for Adama" t-shirt over it. On the right was drawn a representation of Eugène Delacroix's painting "Freedom guiding the people".
  • Fresco paying homage to Assa Traoré, sister of Adama Traoré
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0232248.jpg
    After a first fresco painted in Stains representing Adama Traoré and Georges Floyd, the committee in Traoré inaugurated yesterday, Sunday 12 July, a new mural in Noisy-le-Sec, along the Ourq canal, a few metres from the Romy Schneider footbridge. The Black Lines collective, which created this painting, drew the word "Justice" on a wall several meters high, with a portrait of Assa Traoré wearing his "Justice for Adama" t-shirt over it. On the right was drawn a representation of Eugène Delacroix's painting "Freedom guiding the people".
  • Fresco paying homage to Assa Traoré, sister of Adama Traoré
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0232249.jpg
    After a first fresco painted in Stains representing Adama Traoré and Georges Floyd, the committee in Traoré inaugurated yesterday, Sunday 12 July, a new mural in Noisy-le-Sec, along the Ourq canal, a few metres from the Romy Schneider footbridge. The Black Lines collective, which created this painting, drew the word "Justice" on a wall several meters high, with a portrait of Assa Traoré wearing his "Justice for Adama" t-shirt over it. On the right was drawn a representation of Eugène Delacroix's painting "Freedom guiding the people".
  • Fresco paying homage to Assa Traoré, sister of Adama Traoré
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0232250.jpg
    After a first fresco painted in Stains representing Adama Traoré and Georges Floyd, the committee in Traoré inaugurated yesterday, Sunday 12 July, a new mural in Noisy-le-Sec, along the Ourq canal, a few metres from the Romy Schneider footbridge. The Black Lines collective, which created this painting, drew the word "Justice" on a wall several meters high, with a portrait of Assa Traoré wearing his "Justice for Adama" t-shirt over it. On the right was drawn a representation of Eugène Delacroix's painting "Freedom guiding the people".
  • Fresco paying homage to Assa Traoré, sister of Adama Traoré
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0232251.jpg
    After a first fresco painted in Stains representing Adama Traoré and Georges Floyd, the committee in Traoré inaugurated yesterday, Sunday 12 July, a new mural in Noisy-le-Sec, along the Ourq canal, a few metres from the Romy Schneider footbridge. The Black Lines collective, which created this painting, drew the word "Justice" on a wall several meters high, with a portrait of Assa Traoré wearing his "Justice for Adama" t-shirt over it. On the right was drawn a representation of Eugène Delacroix's painting "Freedom guiding the people".
  • Fresco paying homage to Assa Traoré, sister of Adama Traoré
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0232252.jpg
    After a first fresco painted in Stains representing Adama Traoré and Georges Floyd, the committee in Traoré inaugurated yesterday, Sunday 12 July, a new mural in Noisy-le-Sec, along the Ourq canal, a few metres from the Romy Schneider footbridge. The Black Lines collective, which created this painting, drew the word "Justice" on a wall several meters high, with a portrait of Assa Traoré wearing his "Justice for Adama" t-shirt over it. On the right was drawn a representation of Eugène Delacroix's painting "Freedom guiding the people".
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231833.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231834.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231835.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231836.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231837.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231838.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231839.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231840.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231841.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231842.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231843.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231844.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231845.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231846.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231847.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231848.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231849.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231850.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231851.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231852.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231853.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231854.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231855.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231856.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231857.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231858.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231859.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231860.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231861.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231862.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231863.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231864.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231865.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231866.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231867.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231868.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231869.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231870.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231871.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231872.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
  • Pride March 2020
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231873.jpg
    On Saturday, July 4, in Paris, about 5,000 people participated in an impromptu Pride March, one week after the date set for the official rally, postponed because of the health crisis linked to Covid-19. A Pride that was more political than festive, bringing together LGBTQI collectives and associations, sex workers and collectives close to the Black Lives matter movement, which was closer to the first Prides resulting from the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969.
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