Hundreds of people have gathered in Cardiff to show solidarity with protesters in the US who are demonstrating following the death of a man during an arrest
Some protesters crowded together despite social distancing restrictions, held signs reading "Justice for George" and "Rest in power".
South Wales Police said that they were there to remind protesters of coronavirus legislation.
A spokesman said: "The event passed without incident with minimal disruption to the wider public."
Others held up placards saying "Racism has no place" and "I can't breathe" - words Mr Floyd told the police officer who was restraining him.
Following Mr Floyd's death, protests began in Minneapolis and have spread to cities across America.
The demonstrations have morphed into wider anger over police killings of black men.