Thousands gathered in front of Parliament Hill Friday afternoon to protest racism in Canadian society. The crowd, estimated by police at about 7,000, then peacefully marched to the Canadian Tribute to Human Rights monument, near Ottawa City Hall. The No Peace Until Justice march organizers said the event was a protest against police brutality and a response to the death of George Floyd, a Black man who died May 25 in Minneapolis. Floyd died during an arrest by police officers, one of whom put a knee on his neck. Protests sparked by Floyd’s death have been happening across the U.S., Canada and around the world since. These are some of the scenes from Friday’s protest in Ottawa.