PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Around 1,000 people protested the death of George Floyd in Bakery Square.

The demonstration started in the middle of the intersection of Penn Avenue and Bakery Square Blvd at 3p.m. And that’s where the crowd remained for two hours.

That demonstration ended at 5 p.m.

The crowd then moved from Bakery Square to the corner of Negley Avenue and Centre Avenue where organizers say a protestor was attacked by police last week.

Before coming down here, organizers told anyone who is “vulnerable to go home.”

Protesters held 8 minutes and 46 seconds of complete silence in honor of George Floyd. Officials say that is how long Derek Chauvin held his knee on Floyd’s neck.

Protesters also called for an end to police brutality, chanting the names of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Tony McDade — a black trans man who was allegedly shot and killed by police in Tallahassee last month.

We interviewed one of the organizers from Black Young and Educated earlier.

“I wanted the young people’s voice to be heard, and what we want to change in the future so officials can look down at us and see what we want and basically try to put those into effect,” said Nicholas Angelin.

Organizers also say they want in on Mayor Bill Peduto’s investigation into the actions of Pittsburgh Police during Monday’s protest in East Liberty. Organizers say they are compiling a list of demands they will be delivering to Mayor Peduto’s office.