The protests are “different” this time around, said Ralikh Hayes, deputy director of OrganizingBlack, pointing to steps that demonstrators have taken to raise awareness while avoiding confrontations with police. For example, organizers often have chosen not to hold rallies at night, a time when Hayes said they have found police to be more aggressive toward protesters.
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