Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety officers attempt to diffuse the protests in Kalamazoo on May 30. People gathered to speak out about police brutality and demand justice in the recent death of George Floyd, who was killed by Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin on May 25.

Clusters of protestors marched in areas around Grand Haven in recent days.

Grand Haven Public Safety Director Jeff Hawke said Tuesday that he is not aware of plans for any large protests in the wake of a black man who died at the hands of white police officers in Minneapolis on Memorial Day.

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