Andrew and Danna stand on 16th Street NW in front of the Washington Ethical Society in Washington DC on July 30 in remembrance of Samuel Shields, who was killed by prison guards at Prince George’s County Detention Center in Upper Marlboro, Maryland on June 17, 2014.

Roadside Remembrance For Samuel Shields Expresses White Solidarity For Black Lives

Every Thursday evening, a small group of mainly white women hold “Black Lives Matter” and “Honk for Justice” signs on a busy corner in Washington, D.C., expressing their own frustrations with police brutality and America’s systemic racism.