(CNN)People across the United States are planning to come together Friday and this weekend in reaction to back-to-back police shootings caught on video this week and Thursday night's deadly shooting of five Dallas police officers.
Rallies, vigils after killings by police, Dallas ambush
The Dallas killings took place during a street protest over police violence. Videos showing two African-American men shot by police earlier this week in Louisiana and Minnesota spurred protests and debate over police use of force.
Here's a look at some of the planned rallies:
The Atlanta chapter of the NAACP has organized a "march for justice" at 6 p.m. Friday at Centennial Olympic Park, starting at the nearby National Center for Civil and Human Rights museum.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports a "hundred or so" protesters marched in the city's downtown Thursday night, some chanting "no justice, no peace; no racist police" in the wake of the videotaped killings of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and Philando Castile near Minneapolis -- both at the hands of police officers.
The Texas governor's mansion will be lit in blue as a tribute to the five slain police officers, according to a statement from Gov. Greg Abbott.
According to its Facebook page, the Baltimore-based People's Power Assemblies is asking people to join a "vigil and rally" in the city's downtown at 6 p.m. ET Friday "to demand justice for Alton Sterling and for all victims of police terror."
The city's NAACP chapter was holding what it calls a "rally for justice" on Friday. Baton Rouge is where Alton Sterling was shot and killed by a police officer this week.
Black Lives Matter is asking its supporters to join together at 6 p.m. ET at Make Shift Boston, "to mourn our lost, organize our people, and celebrate our resistance."
An interfaith prayer vigil was held Friday in Dallas to honor the police officers killed in a sniper-style attack, CNN affiliate KTRK reported.
Black Lives Matter organizers are planning a 7 p.m. PT (4 p.m. ET) event at Los Angeles' Underground Museum "in honor of #AltonSterling, #WakieshaWilson, #KeithBursey, and #RedelJones."
Earlier in the day, rappers Snoop Dogg and The Game led a peaceful demonstration at LAPD headquarters, the LA Times reported.
The mayor held a prayer vigil Friday to show solidarity with the Dallas Police Department, reports CNN affiliate WSFA.
A vigil for Sterling and Castile is scheduled to take place in Nashville's public square Friday at 7 p.m. ET, according to the city's Black Lives Matters Facebook page.
Philadelphia's Black Live Matters is calling for a "black-only healing space for black Philadelphians and organizers who need a space to grieve, scream, shout, cry." That event is scheduled for Friday at 6 p.m. ET, according to the group's Facebook page.
San Francisco's ANSWER coalition is planning to hold a protest Friday at 6 p.m. PT (9 p.m. ET).