Curfew was introduced around the country on Saturday as mass demonstrations broke out across the country and cities were supported for another night of protests.
A curfew went back in Minneapolis on Saturday at 8pm. after the city was strengthened for a night of worry.
“By being out tonight and breaking the curfew at 8pm, you are helping people use the crowds as shelter to change Minneapolis and destroy society,” Mayor Jacob Frey wrote on Twitter. The city was also under curfew on Friday night.
Frey said the governor “fully mobilized”
Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced on Saturday that Chicago would be under a curfew at 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. “until further notice.”
On Saturday, thousands marched through the center of Windy City after more than 100 protesters were arrested Friday night.
Mayor Eric Garcetti said a curfew will begin in downtown LA starting at 8 p.m. and will last until 5:30 pm.
“We will always protect free speech and Angeleno’s right to live without fear of violence or vandalism,” Garcetti wrote on Twitter, saying that the curfew is intended to “increase the safety of protesters, law enforcement and all Los Angeles citizens.”
Protests in LA began on Saturday when buses passed and several police cars were set on fire during the city’s fourth protest day.
Beverly Hills also issued a dawn to dusk curfew between protests and vandalism.
Atlanta went under a curfew Saturday night, Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced in an executive order.
The decree applies to the entire city and began at. 21:00. and will last until the sunrise. The city said the curfew is a result of the “latest acts of violence” during the protests.
On Friday, Atlanta saw mass demonstrations in which protesters launched a police car, hit officers with bottles and vandalized CNN’s headquarters.
After Denver was shocked by two days of protests, Mayor Michael Hancock announced that he is facing a curfew on Saturday “to protect people and property.”
The exit began at 8pm on Saturday and will run until 10pm. 17:00 on Sunday, Hancock said in a press release. There will also be a curfew on site on Sunday night.
The mayor said 34 people have been arrested during the past two nights of protest, calling the “destruction” of the city “reckless, unforgivable and unacceptable.”
Mayor Jim Kenney announced that he placed Philadelphia under a curfew on Saturday.
The city’s curfew began at 8pm and will last until 10pm. 18 on Sunday.
On Saturday, thousands of people marched in Philadelphia in a protest that led to many fires. A Starbucks was confused in flames, except for some police cars.
Pittsburgh curfew at 8:30 pm. on Saturday.
The news comes after the city declared the protest an “illegal assembly” and police reported “riots and looting” throughout the city center, asking residents to avoid the area.
Seattle joined the growing list of cities on Saturday, with the curfew beginning at 5 p.m.
Mayor Jenny Durkan said “the crowds must pay out of the center immediately.”
“While many individuals gathered peacefully, some individuals have started fires and destroyed buildings,” the mayor wrote on Twitter. “There are several fires in the center and this is an extremely dangerous situation.”
Cleveland and Columbus
Both cities in Ohio announced the curfew because the governor has ordered the Ohio National Guard to respond to growing concerns.
In Cleveland, the curfew began at 8pm and will run until 8am on Sunday morning. The curfew will also be in place Sunday evening through Monday morning.
The exit from Columbus began at 10am Saturday and goes until 6pm on Sunday.
“In this time of deep anger, sadness and frustration, we stand with those who express their First Amendment rights, but we will not stand for those who want to cause pain and cause destruction,” Gov. Mike DeWine wrote on Twitter Saturday.
Portland goes back under curfew on Saturday night. Mayor Ted Wheeler declared an emergency early Saturday morning, and immediately put the city in a curfew until 2 p.m. The closing will resume on Saturday at. and lifts on Sunday at. 18:00
Eugene, Oregon, south of Portland, also passed a curfew on Saturday, beginning at 1 p.m. and lasts until 6 pm on Sunday.
Rochester, New York imposed a curfew on Saturday in the city between 7 p.m. and 7 on Sunday morning. Mayor Lovely Warren said the order was executed “because of the potential for widespread peace violations.”
The city saw a big demonstration, where police shot pepper balls at protesters, according to NBC Rochester affiliate.
Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Giménez announced a curfew curfew Saturday. The announcement comes after the city saw widespread demonstration, and dozens of protesters and police met outside a Miami police department.
Wisconsin’s largest city will be banned on Saturday after the mayor said the demonstrations became “illegal and violent” on Friday.
The lockout will last from 9am. Saturday to 7 on Sunday.
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City, Utah is under curfew Saturday night until 7 p.m. 18.00 Monday morning.
Mayor Erin Mendenhall said the curfew is due to protests that hit the city on Saturday, and people cannot be on the streets except for certain exceptions.
Utah also deployed the state’s national guard to the city on Saturday.