In Crenshaw, Reflections On The Death Of George Floyd
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In parts of Los Angeles, anger and pain over George Floyd's death this week at the hands of police in Minneapolis comes on top of much more pain and anxiety.
Not only is it the most recent in a long string of killings of black men, it comes at a time when communities of color are reeling from the coronavirus pandemic.
Joelle Earle, co-owner of the hot dog place Earle's on Crenshaw, told us:
"Now we remember that the world is messed up. It always was that way, it's just now you're hearing about again as life is somewhat returning to normal."
- 'The World Is Messed Up:' In One LA Neighborhood, Reflections On George Floyd's Death, The Pandemic, And Pain
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