Two of George Floyd’s brothers — Philonise and Rodney — spoke out against police brutality Monday at the Democratic National Convention.

“George had a giving spirit. A spirit that has shown up on streets around our nation and around the world. People of all ages, all races, all age genders, all backgrounds, peacefully protesting in the name of love and unity,” Philonise Floyd said.

"George should be alive today. Breonna Taylor should be alive today. Ahmaud Arbery should be alive today. Eric Garner should be alive today. Stephon Clark, Atatiana Jefferson, Sandra Bland should all be alive today,” he continued. All of the people named by Philonise Floyd had died either during or following altercations with the police.

Philonise Floyd then asked viewers to join in a moment of silence to honor George Floyd and others who lost their lives due to “hate and injustice.”

Days after his brother's death Philonise Floyd spoke with both President Donald Trump and presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden. He said he "loved his conversation" with Biden.

George Floyd, a 46-year-old African-American man, died in Minneapolis in May after a white police officer kneeled on his neck for nearly nine minutes. His death resulted in nationwide protests and calls for police reform.