Protesters march through San Francisco International Airport

Demonstrators marched through the international terminal of San Francisco International Airport Sunday evening, holding signs, and reciting the names of those killed by police.

They were initially told they must remain in a confined area, but broke airport rules and marched around the terminal.

Their message to travelers -- that the city isn't as pretty as the brochures.

This comes after protests earlier Sunday.

Protesters used megaphones outside San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee's home early Sunday morning, all in an effort to call attention to deadly police shootings.

Earlier, they stopped at the home of San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr, lining the street with fake dead bodies, and calling for the chief to resign.