Black Lives Matter protest and march planned Thursday in Ontario

Keyshawn Jackson raises his fist and yells while marching with protestors toward downtown Pendleton on Monday, June 1. The protest, which centered against racism and police violence, drew approximately 150 protesters. (Ben Lonergan/East Oregonian)

UPDATE 12:30 p.m.: Ontario City Manager Adam Brown provided additional information about the plans for the protest.

ONTARIO – Organizers plan a protest Thursday evening in Ontario against the killing of George Floyd, adding the city to a string of rural communities across Oregon that have seen such demonstrations.

The Black Lives Matter protest is scheduled for 6 p.m. Charlie Gonzalez of Ontario, the organizer, announced on his Facebook page that the site for the protest had been shifted from Lions Park in Ontario to the parking area outside Albertsons.

Ontario Police Chief Steven . . .