Justin Blake, the uncle of shooting victim Jacob Blake, has urged protesters to demonstrate peacefully.
Jacob Blake was gunned down by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Sunday, prompting nationwide anger and protests once again against police brutality toward African Americans.
"This is like, all the black parents talk about that phone call you don't want to get. And we got it," Justin Blake told CNN on Monday. "So you have to sort of be strong for each other. Let your faith be great."
"After talking to his mother, she and my brother are asking people in Kenosha and around the nation to protest, but protest not violently," he added. "We want justice, and we're going to get justice. We're going to demand justice. But we're going to do that without tearing apart our community."