A Big Blue Bus pulled over to the side of the road and honked in support of demonstrators.
After leaving Royce Hall, protesters held signs and marched down Charles E. Young Drive South.
Hundreds march down Charles E. Young Drive South bearing signs and calling chants against police brutality.
The demonstration stopped in front of the UCLA police building, where speakers demanded UCLA and other campuses within the University of California divest from UCPD.
Protesters raise their signs protesting police brutality in front of the UCPD office.
A protester stands over the UCPD barricade on Westwood Plaza
Demonstrators raised their hands in the air as they chanted, “Hands up, don’t shoot.”
When protesters reached the UCPD building, crowd leaders encouraged demonstrators to yell George Floyd’s, Ahmaud Arbery’s and Breonna Taylor’s names.
Demonstrators stood atop plastic barricades, waving signs and repeating protest chants practiced prior to the march.
Alex Davis, chair of the Afrikan Student Union, read federal, Los Angeles, UCLA and UC-wide demands before protestors.
After marching to the front of the UCPD building, the demonstrators continued their march toward Royce Hall.
Members of the Afrikan Student Union and the Black Graduate Student Association kneel and raise their fists in solidarity in front of Powell Library.
Trisden Shaw, president of the Black Graduate Student Association, led the crowd in chanting, “Say her name,” in reference to the recent death of Breonna Taylor.
A protester raises her hand to the sky as she shouts.
Incoming graduate student Mason Foster gave a speech in Dickson Plaza to the demonstrators at the end of the protest.
People in the crowd raise their hands in solidarity with the protest leaders from the Black Graduate Student Association and Afrikan Student Union.