Floyd is the Minneapolis man who was killed by a white police officer on May 25.
His death led to a national reckoning on race in the United States.
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Supporters of the family gathered in front of a mural dedicated to Floyd on Flatlands Avenue.
Floyd’s brother was also there.
“Unfortunately, I’m not able to call him and tell him happy birthday or give him a hug or just hear him crack a joke, but I know he’s good,” Terrence Floyd said. “I’m here to be a voice for my brother and speak when he can’t speak, to walk where he can’t walk.”
Supporters are also calling for more police reform.
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