PHOTOS: Protesters make large effort to be heard at Temecula Duck Pond

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Protesters gather at the Temecula Duck Pond in an effort to raise awareness about racial injustice and discrimination sparked by the death of George Floyd from use of force by Minneapolis police officers. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Hundreds of protesters gather to protest racial injustice and excessive force at the Temecula Duck Pond, May 30 sparked by the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Protesters chant “Black Lives Matter” in unison during a protest at the Temecula Duck Pond. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Protesters gather at the Temecula Duck Pond in an effort to raise awareness about racial injustice and discrimination sparked by the death of George Floyd from use of force by Minneapolis police officers. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Protesters face Riverside County Sheriff’s during a rally at the Temecula Duck Pond. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Protesters face Riverside County Sheriff’s during a rally at the Temecula Duck Pond and express their frustrations against racial injustice and discrimination. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Betty Williams reacts as she speaks with both protesters and law enforcement during a “Black Lives Matter” rally at the Temecula Duck Pond. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Protesters face Riverside County Sheriff’s during a rally at the Temecula Duck Pond and express their frustrations against racial injustice and discrimination. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Riverside County Sheriff’s form a line in riot gear in an effort to keep the peace during a protest sparked by the death of George Floyd during use of force by Minneapolis police officers. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Protesters gather at the shutdown intersection of Rancho California and Ynez Roads in Temecula. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Protesters voice their feelings about racial injustice and discrimination to Riverside County Sheriff’s gathered at a protest at the Temecula Duck Pond. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
A young girl holds a sign honoring George Floyd who was killed by use of force by Minneapolis police officers during a protest at the Temecula Duck Pond. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Riverside County Sheriff’s form a line at the shutdown intersection of Rancho California and Ynez Roads during a “Black Lives Matter” protest. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Protesters display a variety of signs in an effort to raise awareness about racial injustice and discrimination during a protest at the Temecula Duck Pond sparked by the death George Floyd from use of force by Minneapolis police officers. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
People observe the protest at the Temecula Duck Pond from a distance as hundreds of people gather to rally support against racial injustice and discrimination. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Riverside County Sheriff’s form a line at the shutdown intersection of Rancho California and Ynez Roads during a “Black Lives Matter” protest. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Protesters gather at the Temecula Duck Pond in an effort to raise awareness about racial injustice and discrimination sparked by the death of George Floyd from use of force by Minneapolis police officers. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Riverside County Sheriff Durham speaks and answers questions from protesters in an effort to reach out and connect with protesters at the Temecula Duck Pond. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Protesters sit and listen to Riverside County Sheriff Durham as he makes an effort to connect with protesters at the Temecula Duck Pond. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo