Photos show the demonstrators carrying signs with phrases like "Silence is Violence," "Racism is a Pandemic Too" and "Racism is a Public Health Crisis."
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The group of UCSF health care workers are part of an organization they formed called Do No Harm UCSF.
Those part of the demonstration were seen in their scrubs and masks while out in San Francisco's Mission District.
The large protest Wednesday drew thousands of people to the Mission District.
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The San Francisco police chief told ABC7 the demonstration was "overwhelmingly peaceful."
Several police officers were spotted taking a knee during the protest in solidarity with demonstrators.
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