Purdue student protesters in support of the national Black Lives Matter movement marched a little over a mile through campus Friday evening, stopping at the steps of Hovde Hall to read a list of demands.

"No justice, no peace, no racist police," chanted the protesters as they walked down Third Street in the humid summer air. "Say her name: Breonna Taylor. Say his name: George Floyd."

The protesters marched down Third Street, turned right at Martin Jischke Drive, turned right again at Stadium Avenue and marched down the Engineering Mall, congregating around the Engineering Fountain and on the steps of Hovde Hall.

As protesters crowded campus streets, organizers instructed them to spread out and do their best to distance from one another.