In Their Own Words: CBS4 Photojournalist Rafael Murciano Captures Call For Change and Justice In South FloridaCBS4 Photojournalist Rafael Murciano captures call for change and justice in South Florida.
Billboards Featuring Miami Gardens Children Light Up In Support Of Black Lives MatterMiami Gardens digital billboards featuring young children simultaneously showed messages in support of Black Lives Matter at 8:46 Tuesday morning.
George Floyd Memorial Service Held In North CarolinaA private memorial service for George Floyd is being held Saturday afternoon in North Carolina, where he was born. Mourners lined up to pay their respects and attend a public viewing ahead of the service.
Several Protests Held Across South Florida Calling For End To InjusticeAnother round of protests calling for an end to social injustice was held throughout South Florida on Saturday.
Sweetwater Announces 8 PM Curfew For Residents Ahead Of Expected Protest At FIUSweetwater Mayor Orlando Lopez held a news conference on Saturday afternoon to announce an 8 p.m. curfew for his city ahead of planned protests at Florida International University.
Hundreds March In Wynwood, Call For Police Reform, End To RacismHundreds of demonstrators gathered in Wynwood on Friday afternoon and evening to march and call for racial equality and police reform.
Miami Historian Marvin Dunn On George Floyd: 'Demonstrators Are Saying This Needs To Stop And That’s Encouraging'Miami historian Marvin Dunn offers his perspective about recent George Floyd protests.
Caravan Of Vehicles In Hallandale Beach Drive Point Home For ChangeA protest was held in Hallandale Beach on Wednesday, where a caravan of vehicles drove home the message of putting an end to police brutality and of making a call to bring about real changes going forward.
Demonstrators Gather In Coral Springs To Protest Death Of George FloydDozens of demonstrators gathered in Coral Springs on Tuesday afternoon.
Broward County Leaders Meet To Address George Floyd ProtestsTroubling images of police confrontations and smashed windows during violent protests last weekend, have Broward County leaders taking action on Tuesday.
As More South Florida Businesses Open, Some Board Up To Prevent Damage From ProtestersRe-opening businesses big and small is no easy task. Not only does it come with a lot of safety restrictions, but some businesses are also having to deal with the damage done during protests.