The Telegraph's Rozina Sabur is on the ground in Minneapolis where hundreds of protesters defied a curfew to march from a burned out police station in the city's third precinct to the city's fifth precinct.
More buildings were vandalised, while cars and Wells Fargo bank were set ablaze.
One man, who did not want to be named, told The Telegraph he hoped that defying the curfew would help bring attention to police brutality. "We're making a difference, we're bringing in a new horizon," he said.
As 8pm approached, another protester urged the crowd to "please, please go home".
"I don't want any more blood here," he said to applause from the crowd.