A year ago, the deaths of African Americans at the hands of police prompted a global protest over historic racial injustice that continues to resonate.
Those protests have largely ended.
But around the world, they’ve left a permanent mark, or in many cases, a space with a story.
Monuments that, for many, stood as a reminder of slavery were toppled by protestors or removed by authorities catching up with the pace of change.
No U.S city had a more concentrated collection of these monuments than Richmond, Virginia, a city now carving out a new identity even as the fight over its monuments continues.