More than a hundred protesters took to the streets of downtown Wooster on Sunday afternoon to rally against police brutality, in the wake of last week’s death of George Floyd, in Minnesota.  The event, which was completely peaceful, took place at around 2pm, on the northeast corner of the city’s public square.  Many of the demonstrators said they heard about the rally through social media.  Sunday’s demonstration was the second one honoring Floyd’s memory in Wooster in less than 24 hours.  The Wooster-Orrville branch of the NAACP held a candlelight vigil on Saturday night.