Neighbors Across the Country Ban Together to Clean Up After Looting

Days of peaceful protests have erupted into nights of chaos after looters and agitators disrupted the protests calling for racial equality after the brutal killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police. After neighborhoods in cities all across the country sustained major damage, from broken glass to burned vehicles, streets full of debris and buildings covered in graffiti, neighbors have come together to clean up their streets and help the owners of damaged businesses. In Minneapolis, Rochester, and Reno, people from all walks of life volunteered to sweep up broken glass, board up broken windows, wash graffiti off walls and show their love for their communities and those who are keeping protests peaceful.

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