In a tweet addressing the Tuesday morning death of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, resident Alton Sterling at the hands of police, Democratic presumptive nominee Hillary Clinton invoked the Black Lives Matter movement.
"Something is profoundly wrong when so many Americans have reason to believe that our country doesn't consider them as precious as others because of the color of their skin," her statement read.
Clinton emphasized the importance of rebuilding trust between law enforcement and "the communities they serve."
"That begins with common sense reforms like ending racial profiling, providing better training on de-escalation and implicit bias, and supporting municipalities that refer the investigation and prosecution of police-involved deaths to independent bodies," she wrote.
"Progress is possible if we stand together and never waver in our fight to secure the future that every American deserves."
"Alton Sterling Matters. Philando Castile Matters. Black Lives Matter," the tweet read.
Clinton previously came out in support of BLM last July when speaking to a crowd in South Carolina. "It is essential that we all stand up and say loudly and clearly, 'Yes, black lives matter,'" she said.