From the night of the 19th to the early morning of the 20th, the protest against racism and police violence in Portland, the largest city in Oregon, continued. During this period, police fired tear gas and smoke bombs at the protestors and arrested two protestors. On that night, the protestors gathered in front of a local park and then marched towards the local immigration and customs enforcement office building. In the vicinity of the immigration and customs enforcement office building, the police and the protest crowd formed a confrontation, and then the police fired tear gas and smoke bombs at the protest crowd, resulting in a large amount of smoke. Police also arrested two protestors. Since the end of May, Portland people have held 12 consecutive weeks of protests against racial discrimination and police violence in law enforcement. During the more than 80 days of protest, police and protestors have repeatedly clashed. More than 550 people were arrested by the police.