- by H. Jiahong Pan - Leave a Comment
On New Year's Eve, a U.S. Postal Service van stopped in front of someone blocking traffic to keep people safe as they placed ice lanterns on structures that grace George Floyd Square in South Minneapolis.
"Why can't you go around?" the person guarding traffic asked.
"Why can't you move over three steps?" the driver retorted.
Such is the tension around 38th and Chicago, which became a memorial to George Floyd shortly after Derek Chauvin knelt on his neck for nine minutes and 29 seconds, murdering him.... Read more