Protesters have been galvanized around the world by the death of George Floyd, an African American man who pleaded for air and later died after a white police officer in Minnesota pressed his knee into his neck.
Alongside his story, demonstrators are speaking out about deaths in their own hometowns. Some are years-old wounds, while others happened within days of Floyd's death. There are cases that made national headlines and others that reverberated mainly through their own communities.
Here's a look at a few of them by state:
In Phoenix, the name of a man who died the same day as George Floyd, May 25, has become a rallying point.
Dion Johnson lay on the ground for several minutes after he was shot and handcuffed, deprived of emergency medical aid before a nearby ambulance drove the short distance to treat him.
At one point, a trooper used his foot to kick or nudge Johnson, according to traffic-camera video recorded by AZFamily.com.
Police say an Arizona Highway Patrol trooper tried to arrest him after discovering his car stopped on a highway on-ramp with beer and a gun inside. Authorities say Johnson tried to grab the officer's weapon, starting a struggle that ended with the fatal shooting.