If you want to voice your anger over police brutality against the black community recently seen in the US, there's a number of protests going on in London you can attend.
Organisation has been taking place on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, with many people sharing this image of organised protests:
-- Shants (@youthofthemoon) July 8, 2016
The events will also commemorate black people who have been killed by police in the UK.
sarah reed, kingsley burrel, sean rigg, mark duggan, cherry groce. all victims of police brutality right here in the uk. #blacklivesmatter
-- Tasmia (@UCLanSU_EDU) July 8, 2016
They will be held on:
Friday July 8 in Southbank, London, 6.30pm
Sunday July 10 in Oxford Circus, London, 10am
Saturday August 6 in Southwark Park, London, 2pm
Global outrage came after Alton Sterling, 37, was shot on Tuesday as he wrestled with two white Baton Rouge police officers outside the Triple S convenience store where he sold CDs for a living. Police say he was armed.
Just a day later Philando Castile, 32, was shot in Minnesota. His girlfriend live-streamed the aftermath, showing Castile covered in blood while an officer stood by pointing a gun into the car.