George Floyd's younger brother arrived at the Minneapolis intersection where Floyd's life came to an end a week ago. He cried and knelt in prayer. In words shared with the crowd around him, he speaks out against violent protests: "That's not going to bring my brother back at all. It may feel good in the moment ... but when you come down, you're gonna wonder what you did. My family was a peaceful family.... Yeah, we upset. But we're not going to be repetitious. In every case of police brutality, the same thing has been happening. Ya'll protest. Ya'll destroy stuff. ... You're not gonna move. So let's do this another way."