Stephon Clark's name has spread nationwide in the days and week after he was shot to death by Sacramento police.
And, as of Thursday afternoon, his name had shown up on Google Maps.
"Stephon Clark Plaza" appeared on the map near Golden 1 Center and Downtown Commons.
Zoom in and look slightly north and east, and a pin for Stephon Clark Plaza featuring a tree can be found. (Search for Golden 1 Center on Google Maps, and you should find it.)
Google Maps offers no indication of who put the plaza on the map, but people are beginning to take notice.
Clark, 22, was killed on March 18 after police chased him to his grandparents' backyard in Meadowview and opened fire after responding to a neighbor's report of someone breaking car windows. Video from the officers' body cameras indicated they believed he had a gun, although authorities later said they found only a cellphone and that police had fired 20 shots at Clark.
The shooting ignited protests and calls for reforms across the United States.
Supporters of police and law enforcement have also been very vocal using the hashtag #bluelivesmatter.
As many as 500 mourners packed into Bayside of South Sacramento Church. Hundreds of additional mourners lingered outside.
Later Thursday, protests picked up again in Sacramento.