Protests over police violence continued Saturday across California, ranging from small events in Beverly Hills and downtown Los Angeles to a larger one in the Bay Area.
Several hundred protesters took to the streets of San Francisco, blocking several roads and freeway on-ramps to the Bay Bridge.
The California Highway Patrol twice closed access to the bridge Saturday afternoon when protesters took over two freeway ramps, causing a traffic backup.
The group began marching from the city's Hall of Justice to the downtown shopping area, causing a temporary shutdown of a popular mall as the crowd gathered there to chant slogans and make speeches.
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