A racial injustice march and protest in Eddyville drew about 50 people, many carrying signs, to demonstrate against prejudice and brutality against blacks in America. Organizer Diane McClure called for a peaceful end to racism and asked for everyone to look beyond the color of a person's skin. Most of those who joined the protest were white. Like most of the protests in western Kentucky following the death of African American George Floyd at the hands of a white Minneapolis police officer, the demonstration was peaceful.