Around 200 people gathered at New York’s Washington Square Park on Sunday in solidarity with the Hong Kong protest movement. The crowd sang protest songs, created a colourful post-it “Lennon Wall” message board, folded origami “freenix” birds and formed a human chain. Activist group NY4HK helped organise the event –  photographer Jimin Kim was on the scene.

Photo: Jimin Kim.
Photo: Jimin Kim.
Photo: Jimin Kim.
Photo: Jimin Kim.
Photo: Jimin Kim.
Photo: Jimin Kim.
Photo: Jimin Kim.
Photo: Jimin Kim.
Photo: Jimin Kim.
Photo: Jimin Kim.
Photo: Jimin Kim.
Photo: Jimin Kim.
Photo: Jimin Kim.
Photo: Jimin Kim.
Photo: Jimin Kim.
Photo: Jimin Kim.
Photo: Jimin Kim.
Photo: Jimin Kim.
Photo: Jimin Kim.
Photo: Jimin Kim.
Photo: Jimin Kim.
Photo: Jimin Kim.
Photo: Jimin Kim.
Photo: Jimin Kim.
Photo: Jimin Kim.
Photo: Jimin Kim.

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