Prominent Black Lives Matter organizer DeRay Mckesson reiterated the movement's commitment to nonviolence after three police officers were killed and three wounded in a Sunday shooting in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. "The movement began as a call to end violence. That call remains," Mckesson told The New York Times. "I'm waiting for more information like everybody else," he also said. Mckesson and more than 100 other protesters were arrested last week while protesting the killing of Alton Sterling, a black man shot by Baton Rouge police on July 5.