On Sunday, the City of Dallas imposed a 7 p.m. curfew on parts of the city in response to Friday and Saturday’s protests that ended in riots. However, demonstrators peacefully gathered in parts of the city, including for a vigil at Freedman’s Memorial Cemetery to mourn the loss of George Floyd and other black lives lost during encounters with the police.
The Mesquite Tri-East chapter of the National Advancement for the Association of Colored People also held a press conference in front of the Mesquite City Hall where president Henry Brown called for an end to knee and chokeholds by police when making arrests.
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