Terrence Floyd, the brother of George Floyd, called for an end to riots and told people to vote in a speech delivered Monday at the site where his brother was murdered. “The same thing has been happening. Y’all protest, y’all destroy stuff and [police] don’t move. You know why they don’t move? Because it’s not their stuff, it’s our stuff. They want us to destroy our stuff. They not gonna move. So let’s do this another way. Let’s stop thinking that our votes don’t matter and vote. Not just vote for the president but for the preliminaries, vote for everybody. Educate yourself. Don’t wait for somebody else to tell you who’s who. Educate yourself and know who you are voting for. And that’s how we’re going to hit them, because there’s a lot of us,” Floyd said.