A sign on the bed of a truck en route to the march.
The starting point for the march at Bay St and Victory Boulevard, a block from where Eric Garner was killed.
At the scene of Garner’s death, many took turns speaking out before the march began.
Along the march.
Two men wear hospital masks evoking Garner’s repeated complaint to the NYPD while in the fatal chokehold.
Marshals form a human chain along the march route.
Esaw Garner, Eric Garner’s wife, addressed the rally while surrounded by her family and Al Sharpton.
A sign at the rally lists the words “I can’t breathe” 11 times, the number of times Garner said it as he was being choked.
One protestor noted that despite the change in the city’s administration and NYPD leadership, deaths of unarmed civilians were still occurring.
In an underpass from the ferry terminal to the gathering spot for the march, a sign that appeared to be made by a grade school aged child notified the neighborhood of the event.
At the site of Garner’s killing, a man holds a sign supporting the NYPD while condemning some of its actions; a repeated refrain during the rally was “This is not a march against cops.”
The march, estimated by some to be 5,000 strong, poured down the hill to the rally spot.
Rev. Al Sharpton
Former Governor David Paterson was one of many speakers at the rally.
The mothers of Amadou Diallo and Mohamed Bah stand by Ramarley Graham's mother as she speaks to the rally.
Protestors took turns writing their own messages on a banner at the rally.
A couple of blocks from the site of Garner’s death, another memorial sits.