Peaceful protests continued today around the US and the world following the death of George Floyd at the hands of a police officer in Minneapolis two weeks ago.
Thousands of mourners gathered at The Fountain of Praise church in Houston today to pay their respects to Floyd, who will be buried next to his mother.
His death sparked protests in the US and around the world, which have called for changes in policing and law enforcement's relationship with black and brown communities
Floyd was an "ordinary brother" from Houston's housing projects who "nobody thought much about," which makes his central role in a generational movement that much more powerful, the Rev. Al Sharpton said at his funeral today.
"God took the rejected stone and made him the cornerstone of a movement that's going to change the whole wide world," Sharpton said.
Here are what the protests look like across the US and the world:
New York City