Thousands of black Brazilians have demonstrated against racism and police violence, on the anniversary of the abolition of slavery in the country.
Protesters in Rio de Janeiro held candles and signs reading "Don't kill me, kill racism", a week after a police raid in a slum left dozens dead.
In São Paulo, messages read: "Black people want to live."
Black people are three times more likely to be killed by police in Brazil, experts say.
The protesters accused far-right President Jair Bolsonaro of genocide through police violence. He supports hardline policies to combat crime, including raids in areas where the majority of residents are black and poor.
The demonstrators also demanded the speeding up of the vaccination campaign for Covid-19, as the disease has been more deadly for black people in the country, one of the world's hardest hit by the pandemic.