All Quiet on State Street before Violence Erupted
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All Quiet on State Street before Violence Erupted May 25, 2020, Chicago, Illinois, US: On May 25, State Street in Chicago was quiet under the shelte-in-place order by Governor J.B. Pritzker due to the Coronavirus pandemic. That day, George Floyd, an African American man in Minneapolis, died after being arrested by a policeman who suffocated him by putting the weight of his knee on his neck. Protests began to erupt which escalated into violence, looting and fires across the nation. In Chicago, store windows were broken, looting erupted and businesses and cars were set on fire. Pictured here: A quiet moment with only an innocent well wish on the marquis of the Chicago Theater for recent graduates. (Credit Image: © Karen I. Hirsch/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Karen I. Hirsch/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ 「ZUMA Press」

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2020/05/25 16:53:55
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