The Vikings honored the family of George Floyd before Sunday's game against the Packers at U.S. Bank Stadium, keeping the Gjallarhorn silent in Floyd's memory.
For months, it's been a message painted along streets across the nation and the world. Now, Black Lives Matter is inscribed on Plymouth Avenue in Minneapolis.
Black organizers and community activists promise their calls for justice will not slow down over the upcoming holiday weekend. In fact, they have big plans for what they're calling "The Black 4th" in the wake of George Floyd’s death and their continued fight for equal rights and fairness.