PHOTOS: Protesters form another rally at Temecula Duck Pond

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Denton Burr leads protesters in a chant at the corner of the Temecula Duck Pond after the recent death of George Floyd from use of force by Minneapolis police officers. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Amelia Montes, first time protester arrives at the Temecula Duck Pond to voice herself and rally support for “Black Lives Matter”, May 31 after the recent death of George Floyd from use of force by Minneapolis police officers. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Protesters gather at the intersections of Ynez and Rancho California Roads during another day of protests in Temecula. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
A protester holds flowers and stands in solidarity with other protesters rallying support for the “Black Lives Matter” movement at the Temecula Duck Pond. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Dozens of protesters chant and display signs of protest against racial injustice and discrimination at the Temecula Duck Pond. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
A passenger in a car flashes a protest sign as they pass a group rallying support for racial injustice and discrimination at the Temecula Duck Pond. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Protesters gather at the intersections of Ynez and Rancho California Roads during another day of protests in Temecula. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Rodney Legros makes himself a human protest sign as he rallies with protesters at the Temecula Duck Pond. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Protesters display a variety of signs with the same message in an effort to rally support against racial injustice and discrimination at the Temecula Duck Pond. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Protesters gather at the intersections of Ynez and Rancho California Roads during another day of protests in Temecula. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Motorists travel the busy intersection of Ynez and Rancho California Roads in Temecula where protesters gather and receive countless honks of support from drivers. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo