HOUSTON – Protests are planned for Friday across the U.S. in the wake of George Floyd’s death.
For some cities like Minneapolis -- where Floyd died -- it’s another day in a succession of protests.
Other cities have joined in the protests in solidarity with Minneapolis, seeking justice for the black man who suffocated when he was pinned to the ground by a Minneapolis police officer.
New York City, Phoenix, Memphis, Los Angeles, and Denver, among other cities, are seeing demonstrations.
Here are some of the social media posts from across the nation.
One person was fatally shot in the area where the protest was taking place, possibly by a pawn shop owner who said the person was looting. #George Floyd https://t.co/MBFlvgZtI3 pic.twitter.com/7pXqxMPU7M— Star Tribune (@StarTribune) May 28, 2020
Never in my life had I imagined I'd see violence and destruction in my home city like I saw tonight. I went to high school two blocks from here. Lake St. and 26th Ave. S. pic.twitter.com/3ez1UyyxtX— Mark Vancleave 🎥+📰=🎉 (@MDVancleave) May 28, 2020
I came back out. This is my neighborhood. You can see flames for a mile and feel the heat from a block away pic.twitter.com/0kmkBqcFZJ— Max Nesterak (@maxnesterak) May 28, 2020
The half-built building across from Target is ablaze. "Be careful in that building," someone yells after a group of people that just went inside, "that's more than just wood burning in there." pic.twitter.com/XxJspzBoFD— Libor Jany (@StribJany) May 28, 2020
The smoke billowing from the Auto Zone pic.twitter.com/Bqnypu8nr9— Ricardo Lopez (@rljourno) May 28, 2020
Dollar Tree, Cub and Aldi also being looted. pic.twitter.com/vdGfDPQRJA— Max Nesterak (@maxnesterak) May 28, 2020
Police precinct set on fire on the third day of demonstrations as the so-called Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul seethed over the shocking police killing of a handcuffed black man— AFP news agency (@AFP) May 29, 2020
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This demonstration has swelled in size. There are tens of thousands of people here now. pic.twitter.com/nnuEcYOPrB— Max Nesterak (@maxnesterak) May 29, 2020
Thousands gathered in downtown Minneapolis to express their anger over the death of #GeorgeFloyd at a peaceful gathering. But later, the Third Precinct station became a target. https://t.co/9Mz1MimoqD pic.twitter.com/sGJG9F4rYA— Star Tribune (@StarTribune) May 29, 2020
NEW YORK CITY:
UPDATE: At least 40 people were arrested as protesters gathered in Union Square and moved toward City Hall following the police custody death of George Floyd. https://t.co/S4PAKY3p3y— Eyewitness News (@ABC7NY) May 29, 2020
Hundreds of protesters marched through downtown Phoenix in solidarity with the family of George Floyd, who died earlier this week after being restrained by Minneapolis police. https://t.co/xyQAwFs6J0— azcentral (@azcentral) May 29, 2020
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Denver protest has begun to turn violent. pic.twitter.com/4sZpoLXIC0— Joshua Rodriguez (@Joshuajered) May 29, 2020
Protestors demand justice for George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Sean Reed on May 28, 2020 at the State Capitol in Denver, Colo. Photos by Alyson McClaran pic.twitter.com/jyyzd9csG2— Alyson McClaran (@McclaranAlyson) May 29, 2020
Protesters on the 101 Freeway in Los Angeles could be seen smashing the windows of two CHP cruisers as one fled with a protester on the vehicle. The protestor was later taken away in an ambulance. The group was protesting the death of #GeorgeFloyd https://t.co/WOLqoGOZyP pic.twitter.com/sSJUp6QmCv— CBS Los Angeles (@CBSLA) May 28, 2020