Three weeks after the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, protests continue to sweep the streets of New York City — with young, black New Yorkers on the front lines.
The demonstrations, which have already pushed the state to pass a package of police reforms, have been largely orchestrated by a new generation of local activists fed up with racial injustice, protest organizers said.
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