Shantrail White leads a group of girls dressed in black down Commerce Street in downtown Dallas.
They pass boarded-up restaurants and stores spray-painted with phrases like “Black lives matter,” “No justice, no peace,” and “Now u see us.” Occasionally, they stop in front of one of these spots and raise their fists.
It’s June 5, the eighth day of protests in this city.
But this group isn’t participating in those efforts. They’re filming a video in response to police brutality.