On May 30, over 100 protesters held a rally and march through Main Street in Annapolis. On June 5, approximately 200 people protested at the Alex Haley Memorial outside the Annapolis Market House chanting the names of Floyd and other black Americans killed by police violence.
On June 10, hundreds of protesters marched the streets to the Baltimore City Schools headquarters, where a moment of silence was held for eight minutes and forty-six seconds before organizers gave speeches.
On June 12, protestors gathered at City Hall as City Council members were scheduled to discuss the proposed half million police budget. Street artists painted in big pink letters "Defund the Police" on Gay Street.
On June 4, hundreds of protesters marched down Main Street in Bel Air to protest the death of George Floyd. Harford County Sheriff Jeff Gahler initially declined to speak, but later released a statement proclaiming that racism is "inexcusable" and that law enforcement has "no place for this type of behavior."
On June 1, teens were hanging racial justice posters in Bethesda when they were accosted by a bicyclist, later identified as Anthony Brennan III by the Maryland-National Capital Park Police. In footage of the encounter, the man is seen to grapple with a girl over her posters and to use his bicycle as a weapon to ram the person filming the encounter. Park Police had requested the help of the public in identifying the unknown assailant. The suspect was arrested and charged with three counts of second-degree assault.
On June 2, students from Walt Whitman High School organized a rally of hundreds through downtown Bethesda to protest the death of George Floyd.
On June 6, a vigil was held in honor of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery in Allen Pond Park. During prayer, hundreds of protesters marched into the park where they joined the vigil participants in a moment of silence for eight minutes and forty-six seconds.
On June 2, protesters held a peaceful march in downtown Frederick. On June 5, a crowd of over 1000 protestors peacefully demonstrated in downtown Frederick and held a march ending at Bakers Park. Later in the evening the protestors shut down parts of Route 80 and Route 75.
On May 31, over 100 peaceful protesters marched on the streets of Germantown. Montgomery County police facilitated the protest with some officers taking a knee in solidarity.
About 100 people gathered in downtown Hagerstown on May 31 to protest the death of George Floyd. On June 7, another protest with more than 100 protesters marched past The Maryland Theater holding signs and chanting before gathering for speakers at Fairgrounds Park.
On June 3, protesters marched alongside police offers from the Pocomoke City Police Department in Pocomoke City. Demonstrators marched from the Pocomoke City Police Department to Cypress Park, where a prayer and vigil honoring George Floyd was held.
Protesters march across the Mill Street Bridge in Salisbury.
On June 4, dozens of protesters held a peaceful demonstration in downtown Salisbury to protest the death of George Floyd and demand action from police and city officials.
On June 10, over 100 protesters walked from Salisbury University to the Salisbury Police Department, protesting racism in policing and local government.
^Lazarick, Len (1 June 2020). "Floyd protests heat up, Reopen Maryland protests cool down". MarylandReporter.com. In Annapolis Saturday, under a bright, sunny sky, slightly more than a hundred Reopen Maryland protesters gathered on the State House lawn... At almost the same hour, a somewhat larger number of Floyd protesters had marched up nearby Main Street.