On the one-year anniversary of the death of George Floyd in a Minneapolis intersection, Bay Area News Group photographers look back on the weeks of protests that followed in the Bay Area. Floyd’s death energized the Black Lives Matter movement and has sparked more calls for police oversight around the country.

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SAN JOSE, CA – MAY 29: A protester takes a knee in front of San Jose Police officers during a protest on East Santa Clara Street in San Jose, Calif., on May 29, 2020, after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. (Dai Sugano/Bay Area News Group) 
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SAN FRANCISCO, CA.- JUNE 3: George Floyd protesters fill Church Street next to Dolores Park in San Francisco, Calif., before a march to the Hall of Justice, Wednesday, June 3, 2020. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group) 
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REDWOOD CITY, CALIFORNIA – JUNE 2: A protester speaks to the crowd reflected in her sun glasses during a protest of the killing of George Floyd in downtown Redwood City, Calif., on Tuesday, June 2, 2020. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group) 
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OAKLAND, CA – JUNE 2: Protesters take a knee as officers from Kings County Sheriff’s Office stand guard during the fifth day of protests over George Floyd’s death by the Minneapolis police in Oakland, Calif., on Tuesday, June 2, 2020. (Ray Chavez/Bay Area News Group) 
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SAN JOSE – MAY 29: Protesters walked down East Santa Clara Street decrying the police killing of George Floyd in downtown San Jose on Friday, May 29, 2020. (Randy Vazquez / Bay Area News Group) 
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SAN FRANCISCO, CA.- JUNE 1: Protesters take a knew in front of San Francisco City Hall, Monday, June 1, 2020, the fourth day of Bay Area protests over the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group) 
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RICHMOND, CA – JUNE 3: Protesters raise their fists during a rally at City Hall in Richmond, Calif., on Wednesday, June 3, 2020. Demonstrations continued around the Bay Area in the name of George Floyd. (Anda Chu/Bay Area News Group) 
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OAKLAND, CA – JUNE 3: Protesters dance during a demonstration past the 8:00 p.m. curfew in support of George Floyd at the intersection of Broadway and 14th street in Oakland, Calif., on Wednesday, June 3, 2020. The protest was held to denounce the police killing of Floyd, an African-American man killed by police in Minneapolis. (Doug Duran/Bay Area News Group) 
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OAKLAND, CA – JUNE 3: Protesters attend a demonstration past the 8:00 p.m. curfew in support of George Floyd at the intersection of Broadway and 14th street in Oakland, Calif., on Wednesday, June 3, 2020. The protest was held to denounce the police killing of Floyd, an African-American man killed by police in Minneapolis. (Doug Duran/Bay Area News Group) (Doug Duran/Bay Area News Group)
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SAN JOSE – MAY 29: The reflection of a fire set inside a dumpster on East Santa Clara Street during a protest decrying the police killing of George Floyd in downtown San Jose on Friday, May 29, 2020. (Randy Vazquez / Bay Area News Group) 
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SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA – MAY 31: Two protesters embrace during a protest of the killing of George Floyd outside of San Jose City Hall in downtown San Jose, Calif., on Sunday, May 31, 2020. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group) 
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SAN FRANCISCO, CA.- JUNE 2: The coast to coast George Floyd protests reach the San Francisco coast as marchers walk peacefully along the Great Highway next to the Pacific Ocean, Monday, June 1, 2020. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group) 
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WALNUT CREEK, CA – JUNE 1: A protester kneels in front of police while blocking the I-680 north bound freeway during a Black Lives Matter protest in Walnut Creek, Calif., on Monday, June 1, 2020. Walnut Creek Police issued a curfew tonight after looters descending into downtown and looted local businesses yesterday. Over 100 police officers from agencies around the county are in Walnut Creek patrolling the area. (Jose Carlos Fajardo/Bay Area News Group) 
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SAN JOSE, CA – MAY 29: San Jose Police officers move toward protesters as a dumpster burns on North 3rd Street in downtown San Jose, Calif., on May 29, 2020, during a protest after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. (Dai Sugano/Bay Area News Group) 
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RICHMOND, CA – JUNE 3: Protesters march towards City Hall in Richmond, Calif., on Wednesday, June 3, 2020. Demonstrations continued around the Bay Area in the name of George Floyd. (Anda Chu/Bay Area News Group) 
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OAKLAND, CA – JUNE 3: The setting sun illuminates a protester raising his fist as he and many others attend a demonstration past the 8:00 p.m. curfew in support of George Floyd at the intersection of Broadway and 14th street in Oakland, Calif., on Wednesday, June 3, 2020. The protest was held to denounce the police killing of Floyd, an African-American man killed by police in Minneapolis. (Doug Duran/Bay Area News Group) 
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SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA – MAY 29: A protester raises her fist at the entrance of Highway 280 and S. 4th St. as people protest the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis in downtown San Jose, Calif., on Friday, May 29, 2020. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group) 
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SAN FRANCISCO, CA.- MAY 30: A man yells at police guarding the intersection of O’Farrell and Stockton Streets in San Francisco’s Union Square district, Saturday, May 30, 2020, on the second day of Bay Area unrest over the George Floyd killing in Minneapolis. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group) 
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OAKLAND, CA – MAY 29: A explosion goes off during a during a demonstration in support of George Floyd in Oakland, Calif., on Friday, May 29, 2020. The protest was held to denounce the police killing of Floyd, an African-American man killed by police in Minneapolis. (Doug Duran/Bay Area News Group) 
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OAKLAND, CA – MAY 29: A protester holds a sign as he confronts the police during a demonstration in support of George Floyd in Oakland, Calif., on Friday, May 29, 2020. The protest was held to denounce the police killing of Floyd, an African-American man killed by police in Minneapolis. (Doug Duran/Bay Area News Group) 
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SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA – JUNE 1: Protesters show their signs as they protest the killing of George Floyd outside of San Jose City Hall in downtown San Jose, Calif., on Monday, June 1, 2020. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group) 
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OAKLAND, CA – MAY 30: Officers from the different law enforcement agencies stand guard at 27th Street and Broadway in Oakland, Calif., during the second night of protests over George Floyd’s death by the Minneapolis police on Saturday, May 30, 2020. (Ray Chavez/Bay Area News Group) 
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DUBLIN, CA – JUNE 01: Protesters listen to a speaker before marching in Dublin on Monday, June 1, 2020, the fourth day of Bay Area protests over the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody. (Dai Sugano/Bay Area News Group) 
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SAN JOSE, CA – MAY 29: Protesters march on Santa Clara Street in San Jose, Calif., on May 29, 2020, after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. (Dai Sugano/Bay Area News Group) 
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SAN JOSE, CA – MAY 29: San Jose Police officers monitor the protesters during a demonstration in downtown San Jose, Calif., on May 29, 2020, after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. (Dai Sugano/Bay Area News Group) 
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SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA – JUNE 1: A motorcyclist raises his fist in support of protesters as they walk in from of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Library as the protest the killing of George Floyd in downtown San Jose, Calif., on Monday, June 1, 2020. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group) 
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OAKLAND, CA – MAY 29: A security guard takes photos of boarded up windows during a protest over George Floyd’s death by Minneapolis police in Oakland, Calif., on Friday, May 29, 2020. (Ray Chavez/Bay Area News Group) 
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SAN JOSE, CA – JUNE 5: Trinity Farley, 6, and sister Faith, 7, of San Jose, from left, raise their fists as protesters march along First Street in San Jose, Calif., on Friday, June 5, 2020. Thousands of demonstrators joined in to protest the police killing of Minneapolis man George Floyd. (Anda Chu/Bay Area News Group) 

By Kate Sullivan | CNN

President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris will meet on Tuesday with the family of George Floyd exactly one year after he was killed by a Minneapolis police officer, sparking nationwide protests against racism and police brutality.

The meeting comes as the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act — legislation that would set up a national registry of police misconduct, ban racial and religious profiling by law enforcement and overhaul qualified immunity for police officers — remains stalled in the Senate. Biden had set an initial goal of having the legislation passed by Tuesday, but the White House backed off that deadline to allow negotiations to continue in Congress.

In addition to meeting with the President, the Floyd family is set to meet with the lead negotiators for the police reform bill in the Senate, New Jersey Democratic Sen. Cory Booker and South Carolina Republican Sen. Tim Scott. They will also meet with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other lawmakers at the US Capitol, including California Democratic Rep. Karen Bass, who led the charge to pass the police reform bill in the House of Representatives.

Biden wanted his meeting with Floyd’s family to be private, according to White House press secretary Jen Psaki, “in order to have a real conversation and preserve that with the family.”

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“He has a genuine relationship with them,” Psaki told reporters on Monday during a White House briefing. “And the courage and grace of this family — and especially his daughter, Gianna — has really stuck with the President. … He’s eager to listen to their perspectives and hear what they have to say during this meeting.”

Those attending the meeting with the President include Floyd’s daughter, Gianna; Gianna’s mother, Roxie Washington; Floyd’s sister, Bridgett Floyd; Floyd’s brother, Philonise Floyd; Philonise Floyd’s wife, Keeta Floyd; Floyd’s brother, Rodney Floyd; Floyd’s brother, Terrence Floyd; and Floyd’s nephew, Brandon Williams, according to Psaki.

Philonise Floyd said on CNN’s “New Day” Tuesday morning that since his brother’s death, “Things have changed. I think that it’s moving slowly, but it’s making progress.”

He said the police reform bill would be “one of the best things that you can pass across America. People shouldn’t have to live in fear.”

Scott has said that while he does not anticipate an announcement of a bipartisan deal on the police reform bill this week, “We’re starting to see a framework,” and added, “I think we can see the end of the tunnel.” Booker echoed the optimistic sentiment and said, “I think we’re a lot closer” to reaching a deal.

White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Biden wanted to give the negotiators on the Hill space to do their work, and that he has been speaking with police reform advocates throughout these negotiations. She also would not put a new timeline on when the President expects to sign a police reform bill into law, but said Biden wants to sign the bill into law “as soon as possible.”

“We have been closely engaged with the negotiators and a range of parties on the Hill. We have also been respecting the space needed for the negotiators to have these discussions about where they can find common ground and where they can find agreement,” Psaki said when asked what the President has been doing to try and push police reform closer to the finish line after his original deadline came and went.

Biden has a relationship with the Floyd family and first met with them in June 2020 when he traveled to Houston to offer condolences ahead of Floyd’s funeral. The President has spoken to members of the family on a few occasions over the past year, including last month after the verdict in the trial of Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer.

Chauvin was convicted of second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter.

Floyd’s family announced on Tuesday that they are using $500,000 of their $27 million settlement with the city of Minneapolis to create The George Floyd Community Benevolence Fund. The fund will offer grants to organizations and businesses that serve the community at 38th & Chicago in Minneapolis. The intersection of 38th Street and Chicago Avenue is where Floyd died.