Thousands of people gathered in Houston, Texas on Tuesday to protest the murder of George Floyd, who died last week after being put in a knee embrace by police in Minneapolis for more than 8 minutes.
Floyd, whose death sparked days of protests against racism and police brutality in the United States, grew up in Houston and will be buried there.
The protest in Floyd's hometown was largely peaceful. Thousands of people showed up, some on horseback, to roam the city center before gathering at the town hall for a gathering.
At one point, the protesters knelt for 30 seconds in silence for Floyd.
During the rally, Reverend Bill Lawson, who walked with Martin Luther King Jr., said to the crowd continue to make their voices heard and remain mobilized.
"You have to make noise," said Lawson, 91, according to the KHOU news channel. "You have been silent for a long time."
The rally was hosted by Houston rappers Trae the Truth and Bun B, and included members of Floyd's family.
Elsewhere in the country, protests continued despite the curfew instituted in several major cities.
In New York, where the curfew was moved until 8 p.m., health workers cheered the protesters as they walked the streets on Tuesday afternoon.
At the Stonewall Inn, hundreds of people gathered for the second consecutive night to demand justice for black trans people killed by police.
Protesters in Washington, DC gathered outside the White House after 7:00 p.m. curfew, chanting "hands up, don't shoot" and "we're not moving."
Police and the National Guard were seen in the area, but made no immediate move to disperse the crowd.
Monday evening, the police cleared crowd of peaceful protesters with tear gas minutes before curfew so Trump can walk to St. John's Episcopal Church for a photo op.
Shannon Keating reported from New York. Ellie Hall and Addy Baird reported from Washington, DC.
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