George Floyd: The murder that drove America to the brinkon April 21, 2021 at 2:57 am

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Activists vow their march for racial justice is only just beginning, but not everyone is on board.

Atson was raised by her mother, a hotel maid, in south Minneapolis, and hung out at Cup Foods, snacking on Takis, a spicy chip. After Floyd’s death outside the store, she went to protests and watched flames pour from buildings. The air, she says, smelled of burning tires: “I remember seeing ATMs being pushed back and forth, and people hitting them with sticks, like they were hitting a piñata.” She was frightened. But, she says, she felt the violence was justified.

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