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George Floyd: Two Years Later

How the evening of May 25, 2020 altered our social discourse forever

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It’s been exactly 24 months since the world was shaken and appalled by the murder of George Floyd. On that fateful night, two years ago, the Minneapolis security guard had his neck crushed by the knee of police officer Derek Chauvin.




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Anthony Eichberger

Anthony Eichberger

Gay. Millennial. Pagan/Polytheist. Disabled. Rural-Born. Politically-Independent. Fashion-Challenged. Rational Egoist. Survivor. #AgriWarrior (Deal With It!)

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