How did Warriors superstar Steph Curry spend his Wednesday afternoon?
He took part in a peaceful protest against police brutality and systemic racism at Lake Merritt in Oakland.
Steph Curry here at Lake Merritt with fellow Warriors Juan Toscano-Anderson and Damion Lee for the "Walking In Unity" event. pic.twitter.com/mYLsPCnquj— Wes Goldberg (@wcgoldberg) June 3, 2020
Stephen Curry embraces Juan Toscano-Anderson at the Lake Merritt protest against police brutality. Damion Lee is here as well. pic.twitter.com/qE2xl1yQgr— Connor Letourneau (@Con_Chron) June 3, 2020
Stephen and Ayesha Curry are among the roughly 500 people here at Lake Merritt protesting police brutality. pic.twitter.com/Bhdz4HCOXb— Connor Letourneau (@Con_Chron) June 3, 2020
Salute to Steph Curry, Juan Toscano-Anderson & Damion Lee for all walking in unity in Oakland. pic.twitter.com/zMgVSwGh7S— Chris Montano (@gswchris) June 3, 2020
Curry and his wife, Ayesha, kneeled during the protest.
Juan Toscano-Anderson, an Oakland native and Warriors forward, organized the event.
JOIN US TOMORROW. PEACEFULLY! pic.twitter.com/Z9Ji3QtqBl— Juan Toscano Anderson (@juanonjuan10) June 3, 2020
"No matter the color of your skin, where you're from, how much money you got -- it doesn't matter," Toscano-Anderson said to those who gathered. "We're all human beings. We're all here for the same purpose.
"Right now, it's about black people. But for humanity, there's people all over the world being oppressed. We're just trying to take a step in the right direction."
Additional members of the Warriors arrived after the walk began.
Klay Thompson has joined the protest at Lake Merritt. Kevon Looney is now here as well. pic.twitter.com/Ni27dV8Lbh— Connor Letourneau (@Con_Chron) June 3, 2020
Protests around the country continue in response to George Floyd's tragic death last week while in police custody in Minneapolis.