At one point, the protesters took a knee in front of the counter-protesters.
Riverside police got between the two groups to help make sure there weren’t any incidents.
RELATED: Protest to be held in front of Stebbins High School
Bradford worked with the Solution Movement to organize the protest, which also included a nearly nine-minute moment of silence for Floyd and “every life that has been taken in the 400 years my people were oppressed,” Asia Gibbs of the Solution Movement said.
Also speaking at the event were Riverside Police Chief Frank Robinson and Riverside Mayor Pete Williams.
The mayor said the protest is a good start, but that the city will continue to work.
“Words without deeds are empty,” Williams said.
Robinson said anyone is welcome to come see police records or video, and that he supports the protesters.
NEW EVENTS: More protests scheduled throughout the region
The Riverside event was one of two protests Tuesday evening.
A second one was at Riverfront Park off North Miami Avenue in Miamisburg.