Protests of the George Floyd killing sprung up in Newark, NJ as thousands vented their rage after the unarmed black man died while in police custody in Minneapolis this week.

While Floyd’s death has sparked violence and riots in Atlanta, Oakland, Detroit, Louisville and Brooklyn, the New Jersey protests were peaceful.

The Newark protest, organized by the People’s Organization for Progress, started with a rally in front of the Lincoln statue near the city’s historic courthouse, NJ.com reported. Demonstrators chanted  “George Floyd,” “I can’t breathe,” “Power to the people,” and “Arrest them all!,” referring to the four Minneapolis police officers seen on video arresting  Floyd. One, Derek Chauvin, pressed his knee on Floyd’s neck.

A rally in Englewood drew a crowd of more than 1,000, northjersey.com reported.

The protest began at Mackay Park and continued with a march to the Englewood police station, where participants read aloud the names of 84 black people killed in encounters with police.