An analysis of court documents and social media of more than 200 people detained by police during anti-racism demonstrations indicates that "only a handful" had links to organized activist groups.
The Minnesota Orchestra stated that it will also combat "white privilege" in its own organization to advance change.
Fundraiser organizers said they hope to raise $5 million for north Minneapolis businesses damaged during the George Floyd protests.
Attorneys for the rookie police officers said they were told by Chauvin to wait for an ambulance after asking Chauvin to turn Floyd over instead of leaving him pressed on the ground face down.
Tony Zaccardi gained national attention after painting "Black Owned Business" on his bar last week.
The attorneys for Thomas Lane and J. Kueng said they had only been police officers for four days when George Floyd was killed.
As a teenager, Lianne Wadi had shared posts insulting Black, Jewish, and gay people on Twitter and Instagram.
Chief Sean Brammer said on Wednesday that assistance was required in keeping bad cops off the force "so we won't see what happened in Minneapolis, we won't see what happened across the country."
Three officers charged with playing a role in Floyd's death are expected to appear in court as Floyd's family and friends gather to pay their final respects.
Janee Harteau told Newsweek that the charges were a "critical step towards justice for George Floyd."
Additional memorial services will be held in New York City, Raeford in North Carolina and Houston.
Roxie Williams, the mother of Floyd's daughter Gianna, said she told the six-year-old her father died because he couldn't breathe.
Floyd's brother Philonise Floyd set up the campaign page six days ago to raise funds to cover funeral and burial expenses as well as support the family.
Academics who research police violence told Newsweek his death is symptomatic of a systemic problem with racialized police violence in the U.S..
The actress was filmed at a protest in Los Angeles telling members of the National Guard that President Donald Trump is "trying to incite a race war."
Lt. Bob Kroll, the controversial president of the Police Officers Federation of Minneapolis, said the police officers involved in Floyd's death had been "terminated without due process."
"I would tell them, if you value your life, you probably shouldn't do that in Polk County," Sheriff Grady Judd warned rioters.
"We will not support a platform that incites violence, racism, and lies," tweeted Talkspace CEO Oren Frank on Monday.
An NBC News analysis evaluated Minneapolis Police Department records following George Floyd's death a week ago in police custody.
"My dad is in peace, and we have to be the ones to deal with all this stress," Quincy Mason Floyd said.
The unidentified man appears to be significantly older than most demonstrators, with gray hair.
Millions of dollars have been raised to support groups helping to pay bail for people arrested amid demonstrations.
Terrence Floyd said he is outraged over the death of his brother, but urged protesters to "channel your anger elsewhere."
Target has said it is prioritizing rebuilding the Lake Street store in Minneapolis, which was set on fire.
"We want to make sure that the family is safe, that the movement is safe," Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo said.
"I think 99.9 percent of our law enforcement officers are great Americans and many of them are African American, Hispanic, Asian," Robert O'Brien said.
"We are now confronting white supremacists, members of organized crime, out of state instigators, and possibly even foreign actors to destroy and destabilize our city and our region," Mayor Jacob Frey said.
"Ultimately accountability for those in positions of power can only happen when their speech is scrutinized out in the open," Zuckerberg wrote in a lengthy post on Facebook.
Walz said in a press conference on Saturday that it was the first time such a move had ever happened in the state's history.