Hundreds of protestors continue to peacefully gather in Inglewood following a Black Lives Rally there Sunday.
The rally began at 7 p.m. and was organized by the Youth Justice Coalition.
Videos and photos on social media show hundreds of people spilling out on the streets in the area.
In one video posted on Twitter, hundreds of protestors on Manchester Boulevard near the iconic Randy’s Donuts sign.
No arrests or major issues have been reported.
The rally is one of many going on nationwide after the killing of two black men last week sparked several days of protests. At least 309 people have been arrested over the weekend.
A gunman opened fire during a rally in Dallas following the deaths of Philando Castile in Minnesota and Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge.
Micah Xavier Johnson, 25, an African-American Army Reserve veteran, killed five officers during the ambush and was eventually killed by a robot bomb. – Video @ KTLA
— DAYANA (@1Dayanaa) July 11, 2016
Why would you block the freeway in a protest meant to save lives? All I want to do when I'm stuck in traffic is murder people #inglewood
— Ryan Broems (@ryanbroems) July 11, 2016
If you know LA, protesting on the 405 and shutting down #Inglewood is a big deal!
— Chelita (@chelita_8_8) July 11, 2016
— Kevin Takumi (@KevinTakumi) July 11, 2016