Saturday marks the 10th day of events and protests in the Las Vegas following the death of a Minnesota man named George Floyd while being detained by police.
There were about two dozen protesters when the march began, but when the group passed the Bellagio, that group had doubled in size.
The organizer told 13 Action News that she hopes the protest will be another demonstration for change.
“Take out the color, and see what it really is and that’s the people in power versus the community, and that’s what we need to change," says Zyera Dorsey.
A few dozen protesters are now walking along the Las Vegas Strip. At this time, there are no reports of anything other than a peaceful protest.
Protestors are gathering now outside along LV Blvd. near The Strat.
Organizer Zyera Dorsey is speaking now to about two dozen people that have shown up so far @KTNV pic.twitter.com/GDU1ZvNzp8
— Austin Carter (@AustinKTNV) June 7, 2020
The Forced Trajectory Project hosted an event and march on Saturday in downtown Las Vegas to honor those lost because of "police violence."The group gathered at 5 p.m. at Jammyland on Main Street near Charleston Boulevard.
Families impacted by “police violence” were invited to join the organizers and stand in solidarity with the George Floyd family.
Another event is planned for 6:30 p.m. at Lorenzi Park on West Washington Avenue. The event is being called a “people’s press conference."