Update, 6:30 p.m.:
Oakland — Thousands took to the streets in Oakland Saturday to call attention to the Black Lives Matter movement. Juan Toscano Anderson of the Golden State Warriors spoke to the crowd in Oakland Saturday afternoon.
"It's not rocket science that black lives matter," Toscano Anderson said. "just because of the color of our skin they don't matter, they hold less value?"
He added, "I'm a black man, my white brothers that's out here should look at me the same. Equal value to them."
San Francisco — Demonstrators by the thousands peacefully departed the Golden Gate Bridge after a march took over traffic lanes there Saturday, and traffic was restored by the late afternoon, according to the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District.
Marchers continued down through the Presidio to Lombard Street, hooking around Van Ness Avenue to San Francisco City Hall.
Meanwhile, hundreds of marchers once again called for criminal justice reform and in support of the Black Lives Matter movement at San Francisco's Mission Police Station, sinking to their knees in protest. Four years ago, a group of protesters called the Frisco Five went on a hunger strike outside the same police station to call on the ouster of former San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr, who later resigned.