The Black Lives Matter campaign was the largest anti-racist protest seen in the UK since the slave abolition movement

13 June

Residents in the Shetland islands held a protest called ‘Shetland wi Black Lives Matter’

Protests in London were held in 19 boroughs

Inverness

Aberdeen

Edinburgh

Glasgow

6 June

Organisers estimated 3,000 people marched through central Newcastle

6 June

About 15,000 protesters gathered in Manchester's Piccadilly Gardens

Week 1

31 May to 6 June

Lincoln

Week 2

7 to 13 June

Birmingham

Week 3

14 to 20 June

Ipswich

Week 4

21 to 27 June

Week 5

28 June to 4 July

Week 6

5 to 11 July

Guernsey

16 June

Surfers, paddleboarders, and swimmers protested on the water in Porthleven

11 June

More than 1,000 demonstrators gathered in Newport

7 June

In Bristol, BLM protesters toppled a statue of the slave trader Edward Colston

13 June

An estimated 10,000 people marched through Brighton

Week 1

31 May–6 Jun

Week 3

14–20 Jun

Week 2

7–13 Jun

Week 5

28 Jun–4 Jul

Week 6

5–11 Jul

Week 4

21–27 June

13 June

Residents in the Shetland islands held a

protest called ‘Shetland wi Black Lives Matter’

Protests in 19 London boroughs

Aberdeen

Glasgow

11 June

More than 1,000 demonstrators gathered in Newport

Lincoln

13 June

An estimated 10,000 people marched through Brighton

7 June

In Bristol, BLM protesters toppled a statue of the slave trader Edward Colston