While we are tired from the many decades of grief experienced due to police brutality and racial injustice, we will never retreat from holding our public servants accountable to serve the people now and every day.
As "Black Lives Matter" protests across the Unites States soared, celebrities too called for action and joined in to lend their support to the movement. Police attempted to control crowds who swarmed the freeway and streets near the Capitol with batons, rounds of rubber bullets and pepper spray.
"And they gassed and fired", Halsey posted alongwith black and white photos of the protests.
Protests across LA County started Friday after the death of George Floyd, who died in police custody.
Moreover, she shared tips to fellow protesters on what supplies should be brought onto the front-lines. He said he believed 99% of those who took to the streets "are outraged, should be outraged, and are peacefully protesting, exercising their constitutional rights".
The Los Angeles County curfew will supersede Garcetti's curfew and all other local curfews in the County of Los Angeles that are less stringent than the county's.
A police building was ransacked in Ferguson, Missouri - the city that was itself the site of violent protests in 2014 after the shooting to death of 18-year-old Michael Brown by a police officer. And we've seen this before in Los Angeles.
Alan Kokozian looked up through a hole in the roof of Tony K's Shoe Store, where fire had burned and most of his inventory was stolen or damaged.
There was also unrest in nearby Pan Pacific Park and other parts of the city. No officers were injured, authorities said.
Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti has extended a curfew, which initially applied only to downtown, to the whole city.
Breed expressed sadness about the destruction and said she was not going to tolerate the violence.
She alleged that she was hit twice - "once by pellets and once by shrapnel" as the protesters were "gassed repeatedly for hours".
Protests also roiled the east San Diego suburb of La Mesa, where two adjacent banks burned to the ground.
"There were people I had to get to safety as many of them have visas".
Nguyen reported from Emeryville.