The sixth night of protests in downtown Madison continue the trend of being peaceful, with the usual chants and signs but also cook-outs and free water given out to protesters.
As rush hour approached, demonstrators once again took to Madison's Beltline for a slow rolling protest. The protesters said they are demanding justice and equal treatment for the black community.
Community members participate in a car protest to bring attention to injustice in the black community.
The meaning of a COVID-19 message changed after someone spray painted 'George Floyd' under the tagline.
Evers says charging all officers involved in George Floyd's death is a "step in the right direction."