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About 30 to 50 people took to the streets of downtown Sacramento Thursday night to rally against police brutality.

Only one lane of 3rd Street was closed by police as demonstrators walked mainly on the sidewalks around the Downtown Plaza.

"Sometimes it disrupts things, which causes even more of a disruption so the politicians and those who were up in office get to hear more of what we had to say," protester James Faygo Clark said about why he wanted to join the demonstration.

Thursday night's crowd was smaller than the hundreds organizers expected and than other previous protests in Sacramento.

But Clark told FOX40 he doesn't believe the movement is fading.

"I think that we're going to see a lot more marches until we see actual change that is significant," said Clark.

Sacramento Police said there were no arrests from the march, and things remained peaceful.