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Mark Dubois and Corey Brinson

The killing of George Floyd sparked large protests in all fifty states. Protesters of every color and from every walk of life demanded that we acknowledge that black lives matter in America. These protests are broad in their reach and support. They feel different from previous calls for racial justice. They are strongly supported by young people, by white people, and by people in small, rural and suburban towns with very few black and brown people. In fact, according to a national Quinnipiac poll, 67% of voters support these racial-justice protest and nearly 60% had a favorable opinion of the Black Lives Matter movement.

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