New York Magazine

A Risky Visit

“AFTER THE PROTESTS and the violence started up after the shooting, after the police response to it, after the media coverage of it that was both national and international in scope, and after there were repeated days and nights of protests—protests that were in some ways legitimate and peaceful, in other ways violent, and the police response, which was sometimes appropriate and sometimes not—you got the sense that the situation was spiraling out of

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