TULSA, Oklahoma - The latest Tulsa Black Lives Matter march wrapped up in Tulsa on Sunday night.

Supporters of all races marched through Brookside with a police escort.

With signs and posters in hand, participants began their walk around 31st and Cincinnati. The group walked about a mile and a half to 41st and Peoria.

All along the way, they shouted a variety of chants that included "Black Lives Matter" and also calling for the dismissal of corrupt police officers.

Organizers urged participants to steer clear of violence like previous Tulsa rallies. At this time, no incidents have been reported as the march remained peaceful.