Cyclists Hold Protest Over Daunte Wright Shooting in New York City

Cyclists held a protest ride in New York City on April 13, calling for justice over the death of Daunte Wright in Minnesota.

“Today we ride to honor the life of a young black man, Daunte Wright, who was taken by a racist system that does not care about people of color,” Riders for Black Lives wrote in a Twitter post about the protest.

Footage taken by Andrew Ratto shows bike riders rolling through Brooklyn together while chanting Wright’s name. Credit: Andy Ratto via Storyful