1. George Floyd's younger brother, Terence Floyd, sings "Don't forget to vote" with, left, civil rights attorney Sandy Rubenstein and and Rev. Kevin McCall
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Terrence Floyd, George Floyd's Brother:
"We are out here to encourage everybody for their voice to be heard and to get out and vote. Make the change. Be part of the change. And that's basically what we doing. Exercising your rights. Exercising your rights and let your voice be heard."
3. View of Floyd by tambourine
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Terrence Floyd, George Floyd's Brother:
"Well, when you look at past events that's been going on with the police brutality and everything in the world. This is why it's so important right now to vote, because the things that's going on in this world, we complain and we want to say, 'oh, this is not right. That's not right'. Well this is our peaceful protest. This is another part of peaceful protest: voting. Getting out to the polls and letting your voice be heard and casting those ballots and making a change. And when a change comes we gotta keep it going because we have to be the change too."
George Floyd's younger brother Terence Floyd encouraged people to vote on Tuesday by singing "don't forget to vote" along with a band outside a polling site in Brooklyn.
Floyd said voting was an act of "peaceful protest."
He voted via absentee ballot on October 25, five months to the day that his older brother, George Floyd, died at the hands of police in Minneapolis.
After famously urging calm as anger spilled onto the streets of American cities over his brother's death, Terrence followed through on his promise to spend Election Day following up on a lesser noticed part of his emotional plea to protesters: please vote.
Like George Floyd, the names Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and Rayshard Brooks, all killed by police or vigilantes, re-energized the Black Lives Matter movement and put race and justice at the center of this year's general election.