Protests in communities across Long Island, including Glen Cove and Southampton, have occurred after the death of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer. 

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Demonstrators demanding justice for George Floyd and others who have died in police custody march on June 14 in Mineola.

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Peaceful demonstrators walk along Woodward Parkway during a protest against police brutality in Farmingdale on June 14.

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Demonstrators demanding justice for George Floyd and others who have died in police custody march on June 14 in Mineola.

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Emerie Jeffreys, 7, center, of Farmingdale, with his mom, Jaleesa Joyner, left, and grandmother Cheryl Joyner, right, participate in a protest against police brutality in a rally of peaceful demonstrators along Woodward Parkway in Farmingdale on June 14.

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Demonstrators demanding justice for George Floyd and others who have died in police custody march on June 10 in Port Washington.

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Demonstrators march in Deer Park to Argyle Lake to protest police brutality on June 14.

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A protester in Hempstead on June 14, where people came out and rallied against police brutality after the death of George Floyd. The marched to the Nassau County Legislature building.

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Protesters in Greenlawn rally against police brutality on June 14.

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Protesters march in Greenlawn against police brutality on June 14.

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Demonstrators rally on Deer Park Road in Deer Park to protest police brutality on June 14.

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Black Lives Protesters take the street of Hampton Bays on Sunday.

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Demonstrators take a knee to observe 8 minutes and 46 seconds of silence during a rally at Argyle Lake to protest police brutality on June 14.

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Black Lives Matter protesters take to the streets of Hampton Bays, beginning at the LIRR train station and ending on Montauk Highway on June 14.

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Protesters takes a knee on Franklin Avenue in Garden City on June 14 as they rally against police brutality after the death of George Floyd.

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Protesters head toward Main Street in Hempstead as they prepare their march to the Nassau County Legislature building in Mineola on June 14 as they rally against police brutality after the death of George Floyd.

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Demonstrators demanding justice for George Floyd and others who have died in police custody march on June 14 in Mineola.

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Janaya Joyner, of Farmingdale, a sign language teacher, wears a "Black Girl" mask, written in sign language, at a protest against police brutality in Farmingdale on June 14.

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Protesters take to the streets in Roosevelt calling for Justice for George Floyd on June 13.

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Nassau County police try to stop a man from arguing with the Long Island residents who came together to protest against police brutality at Delco Plaza in Hicksville on June 12.

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A crowd protests police brutality outside the Nassau County Police's 1st Precinct in Baldwin on Saturday in the wake of George Floyd's death.

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Protesters and police clash during a Black Lives Matter march in East Meadow on June 12.

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Protestors and police clash during a Black Lives Matter march in East Meadow on June 12.

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Outside the Nassau County Police Department's 1st Precinct on June 13, a crowd protests police brutality in the wake death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

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A protester during a Justice for George Floyd demonstration in Roosevelt on June 13.

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The Rev. Arthur Mackey Jr. walks with protesters from Roosevelt to the 1st Precinct in Baldwin to rally against police brutality on June 13.

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Protesters at a Black Lives Matter march in East Meadow on June 12.

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A crowd outside the Nassau County Police Department's 1st Precinct on June 13 protests police brutality in the wake death of George Floyd.

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Long Island residents at Delco Plaza in Hicksville marched to Giese Park where they took a knee for 8:46 minutes on June 12 to protest against police brutality.

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Amber Washington, of Coram, joins about 60 protesters gathered along Middle Country Road in Coram on June 13 to protest against police brutality after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

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A crowd outside the Nassau County Police Department's 1st Precinct in Baldwin on June 13 to protest police brutality.

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Demonstrators demanding justice for George Floyd and others who have died at the hands of the police march in Port Washington on June 10.

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Janice Waul, of Selden, shouts among the crowd alongside Veterans Memorial Highway in Commack as they protest police brutality on June 10.

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Protesters take a kneeing to honor George Floyd on the bridge overpass on Carlton Avenue on June 10.

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Demonstrators demanding justice for George Floyd and others who have in police custody march on June 10 in Port Washington.

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Demonstrators demanding justice for George Floyd and others who have died in police custody march on June 10 in Port Washington.

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Demonstrators demanding justice for George Floyd and others who have died in police custody march on June 10 in Port Washington.

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Protesters take a knee to honor George Floyd on the bridge overpass on Carlton Avenue on June 10.

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Janice Waul, of Selden, shouts while among the crowd alongside Veterans Memorial Highway in Commack on June 10 as they protest police brutality in the wake of the death of George Floyd.

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Protesters gather at the corner of Wellwood and Hoffman avenues in Lindenhurst to protest against police brutality on June 8.

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Demonstrators demanding justice for George Floyd and others who have died at the hands of the police march on June 9 in West Hempstead.

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A protester and a police officer share a laugh together on Route 111 in Smithtown on June 9.

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Nate Gray, of Patchogue, Kristen Goetz, of Ronkonkoma, Shaina Garrett, of Sayville, Phil Young, of Ronkonkoma, and Jack Wilkens, of Sayville, stand inside Rotary Park, in Sayville, on June 9.

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Protesters gather outside Rep. Peter King's office in Massapequa, on June 4.

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Protesters gather in Smithtown to protest against police brutality, on June 9.

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Protesters converge on Route 111 and 347 in Smithtown on June 9.

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A woman cries during a moment of silence at the intersection of Route 347 and Route 111 in Smithtown on June 9.

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Protesters take over Route 347 and County Road 111 in Smithtown on June 9.

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Demonstrators protesting police brutality march north on Broadway in Massapequa to Sunrise Highway on June 8.

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Protesters gather in Smithtown to protest against police brutality on June 9.

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Protesters peacefully rally in Islip on June 9 against police brutality in the wake of the police involved death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

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Protesters on Middle Country Road in Smithtown on June 9.

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Protesters gather in Smithtown to protest against police brutality on June 9.

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Demonstrators demanding justice for George Floyd and others who have died at the hands of the police march o on June 9 in West Hempstead.

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Protesters gather in Smithtown to protest against police brutality on June 9.

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Protesters on Middle Country Road and County Road 111 in Smithtown on June 9.

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Isabella DiPalermo, 17, forefront, of Mount Sinai, was among several dozen people who came to demonstrate against police violence on June 5, at the intersection of Route 25A and Mount Sinai-Coram Road. Here, they kneel for 8 minutes and 46 seconds, the time a Minneapolis police officer kept his knee on the neck of George Floyd.

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Demonstrators gather on Broadway in Massapequa to protest police brutality on June 8.

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Hewlett community members hold a vigil for the black and brown people who have lost their lives due to police brutality on June 9 at the Hewlett LIRR station.

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Protesters peacefully rally in Islip against police brutality on June 9.

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Tristan Eduard, 4, from Queens attends a Black Lives Matter protest which began at the Freeport LIRR station on June 7.

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A peaceful gathering at Agawan Park in Southampton on June 4, demanding justice for George Floyd and others who have died at the hands of the police.

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Elizabeth Sokolova, a Great Neck South sophomore, honors the memory of George Floyd by bowing her head in silence for eight minutes and 46 seconds during a peaceful anti-racism rally at John L. Iepli Firefighters Park in Great Neck on June 7.

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A Black Lives Matter protest begins at Pratt Park on June 7 in Glen Cove.

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Protesters chant while walking down Carleton Avenue in Central Islip on June 5.

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Protesters march in memory of George Floyd in East Hampton on June 7.

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Hesaun Black, 27, from Mattituck gets an emotional hug from a protester during a protest from Jean Cochran Park to Southold Town Police Headquarters in Peconic on June 3.

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Black Lives Matter protest at Bethpage LIRR Station parking lot in Bethpage on June 6.

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A man with his fist out the window as the crowd marches down Great Neck Road during a protest from Amityville to Copiague on June 4.

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Protesters march against police brutality along Sunrise Highway and Maple Street in Rockville Centre on June 7.

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Protesters chant while walking down Carleton Avenue in Central Islip on June 5.

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Rashid Johnson, right, from NYC, participates in a protest march in memory of George Floyd in East Hampton, on June 7.

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Lisa Pitcher from Queens attends a Black Lives Matter protest which begins at Pratt Park on June 7 in Glen Cove.

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Protesters march from Pratt Park in Glen Cove on June 7. 

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Black Lives Matter protesters gather during a peaceful protest in Merrick on June 2.

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Smithtown protesters on Main Street on June 7.

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Hundreds of mostly young adults protested and marched demanding justice for George Floyd and others who have died at the hands of the police was held at Agawan Park in Southampton with a walk through the village on June 4.

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Protesters chant while walking down Carleton Avenue in Central Islip on June 5.

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Raya O'Neal from East Hampton participates in a protest march on June 7.

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Members of clergy and laity from area churches and synagogues march in Bellmore on June 7.

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Protesters take control on Main Street in Westhampton Beach against police brutally and the death of George Floyd who died while in police custody on June 6.

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Black Lives Matter protesters gather during a peaceful protest in Merrick on June 2.

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Black Lives Matter protest at Bethpage LIRR Station parking lot in Bethpage on June 6.

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Protesters take over Hempstead Turnpike in East Meadow on June 7.

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Jahshua Taylor, of Westbury shouts as protesters walk down Old Country Road from Westbury toward Garden City on June 6.

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People protest the police-involved death of George Floyd during a rally in front of Babylon Town Hall in Lindenhurst on June 3.

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Protesters chant on the ground during a George Floyd protest on Carleton Avenue in Central Islip on June 5.

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A large protest along Main Street in Smithtown on June 7, where they clashed with Trump supporters.

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A protester chants Black Lives Matter in Caravan for Justice and Change that is traveling from Mineola to Hauppauge on June 7.

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Protesters chant Black Lives Matter in Caravan for Justice and Change that is traveling from Mineola to Hauppauge on June 7.

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A peaceful protest on Broadway in Greenlawn on June 6.

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Protesters take control on Main Street in Bay Shore against police brutally and the death of George Floyd who died while in police custody on June 7.

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Hundreds of anti-racism protesters gather for a peaceful rally at John L. Iepli Firefighters Park in Great Neck on June 7.

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A Black Lives Matter protest begins at the Freeport LIRR station on June 7.

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Protesters take control on Main Street in Bay Shore against police brutally and the death of George Floyd who died while in police custody on June 7.

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Smithtown protesters on Main Street on June 7.

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A moment of silence was observed for George Floyd at The Common Ground at Rotary Park in Sayville on June 7.

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The NAACP is leading a Caravan for Justice and Change that is traveling from Mineola to Hauppauge on June 7.

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Protesters walk down Old Country Road from Westbury toward Garden City on June 6.

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Hundreds of mostly young adults protested and marched demanding justice for George Floyd and others who have died at the hands of the police at Agawan Park in Southampton with a walk through the village on June 4.

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A protester wrote "Black Lives Matter" on her car window in Caravan for Justice and Change that is traveling from Mineola to Hauppauge on June 7.

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Erick Valerio, of Ronkonkoma, shouts before protesters walk down Old Country Road from Westbury toward Garden City on June 6.

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