Black Lives Matter solidarity march continues as Tens of thousands of people in Los Angeles protest racism and police brutality after the death of George Floyd, killed by police on a Minneapolis street, and Breonna Taylor, in her Louisville apartment.
Sunday evening, an estimated crowd of about 20,000 peacefully marched west on Hollywood Boulevard from Highland Avenue in Hollywood, according to Los Angeles police and media reports from the scene.
In downtown Los Angeles, a group of protesters estimated at between 150 and 300 by police are demonstrating outside the steps of City Hall on Spring Street. Those demonstrators ranging in number throughout the day have been at that location and Grand Park most of the day.
Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez walked with protesters on Sunday in Los Angeles as part of a Black Lives Matter march.
Lopez carried a sign that read “BLM #EnoughIsEnough” on one side and “Black Lives Matter” on the other side.
Rodriguez’s sign read “Let’s get loud for Black Lives Matter.”