Hundreds converged Saturday in Bricktown to protest the murder of George Floyd.
The "We Can't Breathe march started near Northeast 2nd Street and Walnut Avenue.
"We're gathering today to honor the ones we lost to police brutality to give the community a chance to speak out," protester Angelic Chandler said.
The group said their goal is to peacefully protest while getting a chance to visit with law enforcement.
"We don't want our kids to grow up and have to worry about the same thing, so we're just here to make a change and try to move forward," protester Seanell Harris said.