On Saturday in Nassau County, activists, community and religious leaders joined together in Hempstead. The officials renamed Main Street as 'Black Lives Matter Way.'
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They painted a large mural on the street in a show of solidarity.
Hempstead has the largest African American population on Long Island.
Also on Saturday in Manhattan, hundreds of protesters staged a demonstration outside the Trump hotel in Midtown.
Demonstrators changed slogans, waved signs, and demanded justice for Breonna Taylor and other victims of police brutality.
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Taylor's death sparked months of protests nationwide and calls for the officers involved in her death to be criminally charged.
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