(Portland, OR) -- Protesters took to the streets of Portland calling for police reform again last night following a day of rest on Father's Day. Protesters with Rose City Justice gathered at Jefferson High School and marched to the Skidmore overpass, where the group settled in to listen to speeches. The overpass is where Portland police shot and killed an unarmed black woman back in 2003. The officer's punishment was overturned. Protesters also discussed the death of black trans woman TeTe Gulley, who was found hanging from a tree in Rocky Butte Park last year. Police ruled the death a suicide, but family members and close friends believe she was murdered and that investigators on the case failed to follow important leads.