Protestors were back in the streets on Saturday leading to Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti imposing a citywide curfew from 20:00 local time until 05:00 in a bid to prevent the looting of businesses and violent protesting on the streets.
LA Mayor Garcetti announced a curfew in the city of Los Angeles from 8 p.m. on Sunday to 5:30 a.m on Monday.
In total, the L.A. police arrested 533 people on Saturday.
She tweeted, "hours and miles of peaceful protesting yesterday that got little to no coverage. all throughout beverly hills and west hollywood we chanted, people beeped and cheered along. we were passionate, we were loud, we were loving. cover this too please".
Then, making allegations about how she and other protesters were treated, she posted: 'Myself + many of my peers were shot, gassed + antagonized.
The Los Angeles County curfew will supersede Garcetti's curfew and all other local curfews in the County of Los Angeles that are less stringent than the county's.
"I have it on video, they (police officers) literally just started shooting canisters into peaceful protesters", Sampson said in one clip.
Halsey and Yungblud help a protester in Santa Monica
The African-American actor also recorded footage of a police vehicle being sprayed with paint, adding, "None of these police cars were touched until they started hurting people".
As of Saturday night the National Guard arrived in the city of Los Angeles to help control the chaos following the violent protesting and looting.
The two people struck did not appear to be seriously injured.
Alan Kokozian looked up through a hole in the roof of Tony K's Shoe Store, where fire had burned and most of his inventory was stolen or damaged.
Demonstrators stand off with police in downtown Raleigh, North Carolina.
Many celebrities across the world are coming together to protest against racism and police brutality.
Footage of the Insecure star being hit by a baton-wielding policeman was also caught on camera as Kendrick screamed, "Don't f-- hit me!" In the footage, Floyd, 46, shouts "I can not breathe" and "Don't kill me", before losing consciousness.
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