"It's a repeated trauma to continuously watch police officers kill our black and brown brothers and sisters with no remedy," an activist said.
"We want change," demonstrators in Washington, D.C., chanted.
"These are people who cannot afford not to go to work," says a program director at a nonprofit who's gone from helping organize workers to delivering groceries to them.
The three former officers are charged with aiding and abetting murder. The fourth, who placed his knee on Floyd’s neck for over eight minutes, now faces a second-degree murder charge.
Perimeter around the White House pushed farther back Wednesday after a relatively peaceful standoff between police and protesters on Tuesday.