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As the cameras left the scenes of protests and the grounds of George Floyd Square at Chicago Avenue and 38th Street, University of Minnesota students and community members have continued to show their support for equality and people in need.

People who may not normally be vocal about social unrest across Minnesota have attended rallies and demonstrations. Various forms of social media activism and in-person rallies proliferated mainstream white culture during the statewide lockdown, while…

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