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George Floyd brother, Terrance, calls for peaceful protest at a vigil remembering his death.

George Floyd's brother told mourners in Minneapolis on Monday that his brother never would have wanted the violent protests, rioting, looting, and destroying communities that's happening across the US.

Speaking at the intersection where Floyd, 46, was arrested last week, Terrence Floyd said: "I'm not here messing up my community. So what the hell y'all doing?"


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