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The Scene From George Floyd's Memorial In DTLA




The remains of George Floyd are taken to a memorial service in his honor on June 4 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The remains of George Floyd are taken to a memorial service in his honor on June 4 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
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Houston’s police chief says the body of George Floyd has arrived in Texas for a final memorial service and funeral.

Police Chief Art Acevedo tweeted early Sunday that Floyd’s family had also arrived safely. A six-hour viewing for Floyd is planned for Monday in Houston, followed by funeral services and burial Tuesday in the suburb of Pearland. He will be laid to rest next to his mother, Larcenia Floyd.

Floyd, who was black and handcuffed, died May 25 after a white Minneapolis police officer used his knee to pin down Floyd’s neck for several minutes as Floyd begged for air and eventually stopped moving. His death has inspired international protests, drawn renewed scrutiny to the police treatment of African Americans and served as a rallying cry against institutional racism.

We check in on the memorial in Downtown Los Angeles. 

With files from the Associated Press. 

Guest:

Emily Guerin, reporter at KPCC; she is covering the memorial in DTLA; she tweets @guerinemily