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A majority of adults — 55% — said this month that they support the Black Lives Matter movement, but it's a notable drop from the 67% who said the same between June 4 and 10, the report by the Pew Research Center shows.

NEW: A majority of U.S. adults (55%) now express at least some support for the Black Lives Matter movement, down from 67% in June. The share who say they strongly support the movement stands at 29%, down from 38% three months ago.

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A majority of adults — 55% — said this month that they support the Black Lives Matter movement, but it's a notable drop from the 67% who said the same between June 4 and 10, the report by the Pew Research Center shows.

Support for the Black Lives Matter movement remains particularly widespread among Black adults. Some 87% of Black Americans now say they support the movement, similar to the share who said this in June.

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Months before Jacob Blake was shot, another man was paralyzed — a man whose name you likely don’t know. Officer Shay Mikalonis was shot in the head on June 1st during a Black Lives Matter demonstration. Read@flying_SwearAi @DailyCallerr in

A grand jury has indicted the white bar owner who shot and killed James Scurlock, a 22-year-old Black man, during a Black Lives Matter protest in Omaha in June

Support for Black Lives Matter movement in US drops 12% since June - poll @Blklivesmatter 

Support for Black Lives Matter has decreased since June but remains strong among Black Americans (Pew Research Center)

On Wednesday night, friends and family of Jorge Gomez came together for a candlelight vigil at Lorenzi Park. Gomez was shot and killed on June 1 during a Black Lives Matter protest on The Strip.

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Thousands of people gathered in Brooklyn, New York for “BlackTrans Lives Matter” rally on Sunday, June 14. The rally called for justice for two Black trans women, Dominique “Rem’mie” Fells, and Riah Milton, who were killed last week

The 93-year-old activist Opal Lee campaigned for years to have Juneteenth recognized as a U.S. holiday. As Black Lives Matter protests continue and many companies have made June 19 a paid day off, her vision is closer than ever to its realization.

A Virginia man, who prosecutors say admitted to being a member of the Ku Klux Klan, was sentenced to 6 years in prison after driving through demonstrators at a Black Lives Matter protest in June

June is LGBTQ+ pride month, and today I am celebrating the inspiring Black celebrities and visionaries I've had on my show. Black lives matter, including LGBTQ+ Black lives. Here are some organizations you can donate to: @TransLawCenter  @SNaP4theA  @tgijustice  @MPJInstitute 

Oluwatoyin ‘Toyin’ Salau was 19 years old and a Black Lives Matter activist. She was sexually assaulted on June 6th and went missing shortly after tweeting about it. Her body was found this weekend. #JusticeForToyin  #SayHerName 

A statue of a Black Lives Matter protester has replaced a monument of a slaver. Demonstrators dumped the statue of Edward Colston in the UK’s Bristol Harbour in June. The new statue was installed secretly overnight with a plaque saying: “Rejected by the citizens of Bristol.“

Work crews in Manhattan have begun painting a massive "Black Lives Matter" mural on Fifth Avenue — in front of Trump Tower. In early June, D.C. painted a similar one on the street that leads to the White House.

"Can't nobody silence me ... It's not that all lives don't matter, but right now our lives matter. Black lives matter." #BlackLivesMatter  activist Oluwatoyin Salau gave this passionate speech days before she was found dead on June 13.

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