Going to SDCC? Then Get In on the Black Lives Matter Flash Mob Photoshoot

Going to SDCC? Then Get In on the Black Lives Matter Flash Mob Photoshoot

If you are attending Comic-Con in San Diego at the San Diego Convention Center this weekend, and you support Black Lives Matter, then pack a white shirt, black pants and a black tie. Because this Saturday, July 23, 2016 a group of artists, bloggers, fans and con attendees will cosplay as cast members of The Book of Mormon plus name badges that say “Black Lives Matter” (instead of your name) for a Flash mob photoshoot. Organized by award-winning African-American comic book artist David Walker (Cyborg, Power Man and Iron Fist), the event will be held Saturday, July 23 at 2pm at the Upper Level at the Outside Promenade adjacent to the Sails Pavilion.  In usual flash mob fashion, anyone who shows up can participate. No you don’t have to be African-American to participate and no you don’t necessarily have to cosplay, but Walker is asking that everyone wear a BLM badge. Click the image below for a download link to make your own.

SDCC Black Lives Matter Flash Mob Photoshoot

Saturday, July 23 at 2pm

San Diego Convention Center Upper Level

at the Outside Promenade

(adjacent to the Sails Pavilion)

“Costumes are optional. Mostly it’s about building community and visibility.” – David Walker

Click the BLM badge below to get a hi-res file to make your own badge!


Share this artwork on social media with the hashtag #BLMSDCC2016

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  • […] Walker, fellow creator and writer (Power Man & Iron Fist; Cyborg; Shaft), had organized a Black Lives Matter flash mob and photo opto be held during the convention, which gathered a potent group of like-minded creators, and […]

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