Thus far Memphis seems to be doing it right, which is interesting giving the crime/racial issues here.
Large protests, but from what I'm reading they're all peaceful marches. The main March stopped at each intersection for 9 minutes as a tribute.
Messaging on chants/signs seemed to be more "positive" (as positive as you can be with somethin like that), vs violent.
Some on-news comments:
(Chant) “The people united will never be divided!!”
(Interview) “This is is our city! I’m not talking about this is the city that belong to all the black people. I’m not talking about this is the city that belong to all the white people. This city right here belongs to Memphis.” Followed by a chant of “Memphis!!!!”