Hundreds gathered on Grand Avenue in front of Terrace Hill, Iowa’s Governor’s mansion, on Tuesday, June 2, 2020.

DES MOINES, Iowa – On Tuesday evening, hundreds of protesters marched from the Sculpture Park on the west side of downtown Des Moines to the Governor’s Mansion at Terrace Hill to hold a rally in protest of police brutality after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minn.

That rally dispersed peacefully with a smaller group deciding to march from the Sculpture Park around the State Capitol Building and back. The march after the county-wide mandatory 9:00 pm curfew also remained peaceful and police did not disperse any protesters.

Both Shane Vander Hart and Kelvey Vander Hart operated live streams of the events. Watch the videos below.

March to Terrace Hill:

At Terrace Hill:

Back at the Sculpture Park:

The march to the State Capitol Building:

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