Thousands came out for peaceful protests that were spread across the borough, our sister pub Brooklyn Paper reports.
"I'm proud of the protest, but I'm not proud of the destruction," Terrence Floyd told the group.
De Blasio was booed at the memorial for George Floyd in Downtown Brooklyn and elected officials are organizing a Sunset Park march and vigil calling for justice for inmate Jamel Floyd, who died after being pepper sprayed at the Sunset Park federal jail.
More protests were scheduled to begin this afternoon and evening in Brooklyn as George W. Bush and others expressed sympathy for the protesters.
Thousands marched on Tuesday to express anger against police brutality, racism and the new 8 p.m. citywide curfew, our sister pub Brooklyn Paper reports.
Led by a 12-year-old girl and her mother, Bay Ridge protests Sunday and Monday were peaceful, our sister pub Brooklyn Paper reports.
In support of Black Lives Matter, Brooklynites Monday marched near Restoration Plaza and held a silent vigil in McCarren Park, our sister pub Brooklyn Paper reports.
The sounds of saws ripping through plywood and hammers being wielded to secure storefronts could be heard in Downtown Brooklyn and along Flatbush Avenue today.
More than 3,000 people gathered at Barclays Center Friday, and a police car drove into a crowd of demonstrators in Park Slope Saturday evening, our sister pub Brooklyn Paper reports.