Snapshots from the protests

Demonstrators starting in Oak Park joined nationwide protests against the killing of George Floyd by police in Minneapolis. (Photo courtesy of Kevin Gomez Jr.)
Demonstrators headed toward the Highway 99 overpass on 12th Avenue in Oak Park. (Photo courtesy of Kevin Gomez Jr.)
No justice. No peace. (Photo courtesy of Kevin Gomez Jr.)
A woman holds up a handwritten note to police: “I <3 U.” (Photo courtesy of Kevin Gomez Jr.)
Stevante Clark, brother of Stephon Clark, who was shot and killed by Sacramento police in March 2018, spoke to demonstrators on Friday. (Photo courtesy of Kevin Gomez Jr.)
Stevante Clark marched in solidarity with demonstrators. (Photo courtesy of Kevin Gomez Jr.)
Demonstrators mostly wore masks during the protest. (Photo courtesy of Kevin Gomez Jr.)
Tanya Faison, known for her work with Black Lives Matter, led chants during the protest. (Photo courtesy of Kevin Gomez Jr.)
“Rewrite history.” (Photo courtesy of Kevin Gomez Jr.)
“No more KKKiller cops.” (Photo courtesy of Kevin Gomez Jr.)
Moments were tense between police and demonstrators. (Photo courtesy of Kevin Gomez Jr.)
Many who marched held signs in honor of George Floyd. (Photo courtesy of Kevin Gomez Jr.)
“I can’t breathe.” (Photo courtesy of Kevin Gomez Jr.)
Masked demonstrators asked police, “Why are you killing us?” (Photo courtesy of Kevin Gomez Jr.)
The march changed course toward the Joseph E. Rooney police substation on Franklin Boulevard. (Photo courtesy of Kevin Gomez Jr.)
The demonstration was mostly peaceful. (Photo courtesy of Kevin Gomez Jr.)
Black lives matter. (Photo courtesy of Kevin Gomez Jr.)
Tanya Faison and Stevante Clark. (Photo courtesy of Kevin Gomez Jr.)
Demonstrators at the Joseph E. Rooney police substation on Franklin Boulevard raised the Black Lives Matter banner on its flagpole. (Photo courtesy of Kevin Gomez Jr.)
Say his name: George Floyd. (Photo courtesy of Kevin Gomez Jr.)

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