12 photos of the latest peaceful protests in Boston

Thousands of people protested the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery and called for an end to police brutality Tuesday night across the city.

The City of Boston was again the scene of a peaceful protesters Tuesday night. Here, lead marchers are pictured as they walk from a "die in" on Blue Hill Avenue in memory of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery to a rally in Franklin Park. –Jim Davis / The Boston Globe
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Protestors staged a “die in” in memory of Floyd, Taylor, and Arbery on Blue Hill Avenue and Franklin Park Drive on June 2, 2020. —Blake Nissen for The Boston Globe
Protesters participated in the “die-in” for 8 minutes and 46 seconds, the amount of time a Minneapolis police officer knelt on George Floyd’s neck. —Erin Clark / The Boston Globe
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Protesters walk from the “die in” on Blue Hill Avenue to the rally in Franklin Park. —Jim Davis / The Boston Globe
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Thousands of people formed a crowd in Franklin Park demanding justice for Floyd, Taylor, and Arbery, and protesting police brutality. —Jim Davis / The Boston Globe
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The demonstration was organized by Black Lives Matter Boston and Violence in Boston Inc. —Erin Clark / The Boston Globe
A car being escorted by police is met by protesters, forcing the vehicle to back up. —Jessica Rinaldi / The Boston Globe
After the Franklin Park rally ended, a large group of people walked to the Forest Hills MBTA station. —Jim Davis/Globe Staff
Protesters near the Forest Hills MBTA station. —Jessica RInaldi/Globe Staff
Police officers took a knee alongside protesters at the Forest Hills MBTA Station. —Jessica Rinaldi / The Boston Globe
Khloe Mitchell protests near the Forest Hills station. —Erin Clark / The Boston Globe
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Later Tuesday, the Massachusetts State House hosted peaceful protesters. —Jim Davis / The Boston Globe


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