Updated 1:15 p.m.
A huge crowd protestors has descended on San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge to decry police brutality in the wake of George Floyd's death at the knee of law enforcement.
This protest was organized just Friday by 17-year-old Tiana Day, who just graduated from high school. KCBS Radio's Kathy Novak and Mike DeWald are there.
Crowds with signs saying "Black Lives Matter" and "Hands Up, Don't Shoot" stretched from one end of the bridge to the other. Thousands are estimated to be there and many waited over an hour for the opportunity to march across the span.
"I've never seen anything like this in my life having all these people walking over here with all different colors, different backgrounds, different walks of life," attendee Nate Kane said. "It's amazing to see everybody all together in this. It's amazing. Seeing people standing up for injustice, seeing people standing up for police brutality and the unrest of 500 years of oppression and 300 years of slavery. This is beautiful. People are awakening in 2020."
Traffic on the bridge is slowed both ways as many cars honked in support of the rally. Some were even hanging out of their windows.
This past week saw several protests around the Bay Area, including one attended by over 10,000 people in San Francisco’s Dolores Park.
Large protests were expected around the country this weekend and around the world as a memorial service took place Saturday in North Carolina for the 46-year-old Floyd.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.