Pakistani blog Intisaab recently posted a photo series of Pakistani students holding up messages of support to Ferguson's protestors, with the hashtag #Pakistan2Ferguson. The blogpost reads:
"This is a project started by university students in Pakistan who are enraged by the relentless murder of black men, women, and children by the racist police structure in the United States. It is dedicated to all the families and communities who have lost loved ones and never gotten to see an iota of justice.
Because international solidarity is important. Because we understand solidarity does not only constitute holding up a sign. Because we have to work towards fighting anti-blackness in our own Pakistani communities. Because we are in this struggle together. Because both brown and black bodies are done violence to by white men in uniforms, different as those uniforms may be. Because we have seen black communities protest against drone strikes for our right to life. Because you too, have that right to life. Because we want you to know you are heard. Because we want you to know you are not alone in this struggle. Because we want you to know we are with you.
Because we want you to know that you have all our love and support until all our peoples are liberated and free to live in peace."
"We took those pictures to encourage more students to participate – wherever they may be – to show global solidarity with the protests and the movement that started in Ferguson," an Intisaab representative told BuzzFeed in an email.