NEW YORK CITY
The previous day saw a pro-police rally in the same neighbourhood, where supporters of the NYPD attacked a small group of counter-protesters.
Attorney General Bill Barr is targeting protesters with harsh, federal prosecutions for civil disturbances that potentially carry decades in prison.
Across the country, the police response to protests has been swift and, in some cases, violent.
Protesters in Minneapolis set a police station on fire, while seven people were shot in Louisville and someone tried to run over a protester in Denver.
The population in some of New York’s wealthiest neighbourhoods decreased by more than 40 percent between March and the beginning of May.
"He didn't even do nothing!" someone can be heard yelling off-camera in the video, which has been shared more than 5,000 times on Facebook.
When you’re not there, it’s hard to understand the difference between “we’re doing everything we can and it’s not working,” and “we’re giving up.”
Deaths and new infections decreased slightly for the first time since the crisis began. That doesn't mean you should go outside.
"It's not gonna stop me," Chris Smalls said. "I'm gonna continue to fight."
"This is for real. This is Brooklyn, y'all," the person recording the footage says in the video.
Wednesday was the deadliest day so far, with 200 deaths.
Mutual aid groups are helping to connect those who most need help with those who can provide it.