Protesters march, block traffic for justice in North Hills
WRAL's Sarah Krueger was live with a report as protesters gathered and marched in the North Hills area of Raleigh Saturday night.
>>> GOOD EVENING AND THANK YOU FOR JOINING US TONIGHT. I AM JULIAN GRACE . A PROTEST CALLING FOR AN END OF RACISM AND VIOLENCE. PROTESTERS ARE VOWING TO KEEP THEM GOING. >> Reporter: THAT IS RIGHT. THE GROUP AND SEE WERE HELD EVENTS ALL DAY LONG INCLUDING A RALLY. AT 8:00 TONIGHT THEY DECIDED TO TAKE THINGS UP A NOTCH. THEY WANT TO MAKE SURE THEIR MESSAGE IS HEARD. THEY HAVE BLOCK TRAFFIC ON SIXTH ROAD ON NORTH HILL. THEY MARCHED INTO NORTH HILL. THEY ARE CALLING FOR AN END TO POLICE VIOLENCE. ONE PROTESTER EXPLAINED WHY HE WANTED TO BE HERE IN PERSON. >> WE HAVE TO KEEP ON PUSHING THESE PROTESTS. WE HAVE TO KEEP PUSHING FOR JUSTICE SO EVERYONE GETS IT. WE HAVE TO HOLD THE POLICE, THE COPS ACCOUNTABLE. WE HAVE TO CHANGE THE CULTURE AROUND IN GENERAL. WE HAVE TO CHANGE THE CULTURE. >> Reporter: AS THEY MARCHED PROTESTERS SAID NAMES, PEOPLE WHO HAVE BEEN KILLED BY RALEIGH POLICE. THEY WILL KEEP PROTESTING UNTIL THEY GET JUSTICE. I ALSO WANT TO MENTION JULIAN THAT I DID NOT SEE RALEIGH POLICE MAKE ANY ARRESTS TONIGHT. THEY WERE OUT HERE BUT THEY WERE KEEPING A DISTANCE. >> IT IS CLEAR THAT THE PROTEST