Even before the murder of George Floyd by the now-convicted former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin, Chris Sherwin continually observed the division between citizens and cops being created by false information. The murder sparked something in him, and coupled with that aforementioned misinformation, the additional violence, destruction, and harm happeningRead More
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