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Winter 2020


Metro Scenes

Damage 1
The Speedway on 7th street, in downtown St. Paul, was the site of several shooting incidents between May 28th and May 29th . This violence, that took place less than a mile from the St. Paul campus, was related to the social unrest after the Minneapolis police killed George Floyd on Monday May 25th.
Damage 2
Midway Target remained under police control on Friday May 29th, after looters briefly took control of the store on Thursday morning.
Damage 3
Some buildings on University Avenue, like Gordon Parks High School, avoided damage while others braced for more, after the unrest on Thursday May 28th. A common theme among the boarded-up windows were expressions of support and love for George Floyd and for those protesting.
Damage 4
Some buildings on University Avenue avoided damage while others, like Hair Plus Wigs, braced for more, after the unrest on Thursday May 28th. A common theme among the boarded-up windows were expressions of support and love for George Floyd and for those protesting.
Damage 5
Friday May 29th some businesses on University Avenue have avoided damage while others brace for more, by boarding up their windows after the unrest on Thursday May 28th. The damage was done during the social unrest in St. Paul on May 28th, following the Minneapolis police department’s killing of George Floyd.
Damage 6
Friday May 29th the BP gas station on University Avenue displays the work of protesters from the night before. The damage was done during the social unrest in St. Paul on May 28th, following the Minneapolis police department’s killing of George Floyd.
Damage 7
May 29th Enterprise Rent-A-Car on University avenue stands empty after a fire overnight gutted the building. The fire was one of 55 started in St. Paul between May 28th and 29th, following the Minneapolis police department’s killing of George Floyd.
Damage 8
On the evening of May 29th Big Top Liquors, on University Avenue, still stands despite damage and looting, while across the street Boost Mobile still smolders after being started on Fire during protests that began on May 28th in response to the Minneapolis police’s killing of George Floyd.
Damage 9
May 29th Boost Mobile still smolders across the street from Allianz Field, after being started on Fire during protests that began on May 28th in response to the Minneapolis police’s killing of George Floyd. In spite of the damage and underlying rage, messages of love and community support were not uncommon.
Damage 10
On May 29th what remains of Napa Auto Parts on University Avenue smelled strongly of burning rubber and chemicals, as a result of an overnight fire which destroyed the building. The fire was just one of 55 started in St. Paul on May 28th in response to the Minneapolis police departments murder of George Floyd.
Damage 11
May 29th many building’s along University Avenue in St. Paul bore marks and reminders of the anger and protests that took place the night before in response to the murder of George Floyd at the hands of the Minneapolis police department.
Damage 12
May 29th many building’s along University Avenue in St. Paul bore marks and reminders of the anger and protests that took place the night before in response to the murder of George Floyd at the hands of the Minneapolis police department.
Damage 13
May 29th DTLR shoe store remains empty, after the windows were smashed and the store looted on May 28th , during the protests in response to the Minneapolis police departments murder of George Floyd.
Damage 14
May 29th Great Clips, Foot Locker, and Game Stop were among the businesses looted and damaged by Fire during the protest and unrest on May 28th, in response to the Minneapolis police departments murder of George Floyd.
Damage 15
May 29th Great Clips, Foot Locker, and Game Stop on University Avenue were among the businesses looted and damaged by Fire during the protest and unrest on May 28th, in response to the Minneapolis police departments murder of George Floyd.
Damage 16
May 29th the remains of Foot Locker on University Avenue, after it was destroyed by looting and fire on May 28th during protests and unrest in response to the Minneapolis police departments murder of George Floyd.Avenue were among the businesses looted and damaged by Fire during the protest and unrest on May 28th, in response to the Minneapolis police departments murder of George Floyd.
Damage 17
May 29th the remains of Foot Locker on University Avenue, after it was destroyed by looting and fire on May 28th during protests and unrest in response to the Minneapolis police departments murder of George Floyd.
Damage 18
May 29th the remains of Game Stop on University Avenue, after it was destroyed by looting and fire on May 28th during protests and unrest in response to the Minneapolis police departments murder of George Floyd.
Damage 19
May 29th the remains of Game Stop on University Avenue, after it was destroyed by looting and fire on May 28th during protests and unrest in response to the Minneapolis police departments murder of George Floyd.
Protest 1
Sunday, May 31, the lawn of the Capitol building in St. Paul was filled with peaceful protesters speaking out about the murder of George Floyd.
Protest 2
Sunday, May 31, the Capitol building in St. Paul was surrounded by police and National Guard members observing a peaceful protest over the murder of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer.
Protest 3
Sunday, May 31, the Capitol building in St. Paul was surrounded by police and National Guard members observing a peaceful protest over the murder of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer.
Protest 4
Sunday, May 31, the Capitol building in St. Paul was surrounded by police and National Guard members observing a peaceful protest over the murder of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer.
Protest 5
Sunday, May 31, the Capitol building in St. Paul was surrounded by police and National Guard members observing a peaceful protest over the murder of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer.
Protest 6
Sunday, May 31, the Capitol building in St. Paul was surrounded by police and National Guard members observing a peaceful protest over the murder of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer.
Protest 7
Sunday, May 31, the Capitol building in St. Paul was surrounded by police and National Guard members observing a peaceful protest over the murder of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer. Organizations like Black Lives Matter, along with local restaurants, handed out bottled water and boxed lunches to those who gathered.
Protest 8
Sunday, May 31, the Capitol building in St. Paul was surrounded by police and National Guard members observing a peaceful protest over the murder of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer.
Protest 9
Sunday, May 31, the lawn of the Capitol building in St. Paul was filled with peaceful protesters speaking out about the murder of George Floyd. Most of the crowd wore face masks, which were also handed out at the event.
Protest 10
Sunday, May 31, the Capitol building in St. Paul was surrounded by police and National Guard members observing a peaceful protest over the murder of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer. Indigenous dancers wearing masks performed in solidarity with the black community while the crowd sat down in the warm grass.
Protest 11
Sunday, May 31, the Capitol building in St. Paul was surrounded by police and National Guard members observing a peaceful protest over the murder of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer. The crowd of protestors took a few minutes to sit in the grass and appreciate the indigenous dancers who performed in solidarity with the black community
Protest 12
Sunday, May 31, the lawn of the Capitol building in St. Paul was filled with peaceful protesters speaking out about the murder of George Floyd.
Protest 13
Sunday, May 31, the Capitol building in St. Paul was surrounded by police and National Guard members observing a peaceful protest over the murder of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer. The crowd of protestors took a few minutes to sit in the grass and appreciate the indigenous dancers who performed in solidarity with the black community.
Protest 14
Sunday, May 31, the Capitol building in St. Paul was surrounded by police and National Guard members observing a peaceful protest over the murder of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer. While the event was peaceful in nature, community members came together as they expressed their outrage and horror at the killing and the many others like it.

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