Since the death of George Floyd, the United States has seen citizens from everywhere protest in response to the police brutality suffered by the Black population. In Columbia, Missouri, this was not different, people of every kind united to protest for social justice. The police tried to respond by helping protesters march around the city and saying that they supported the cause. However, after seen that the marches were not going to stop, they gave up. Columbia has not seen a lot of violence or conflict as many other cities in the U.S. have. In the only day that it happened, two people got hit by two different cars, and a group, outside of the regular peaceful protesters, broke a Walgreens front door. After almost 2 months, Missouri Governor Mike Parson came to the city to talk about a law to help reduce violent crime. Even though he said he would, Gov. Parson never talked to Columbia activists about the city issues.