Protests in Minneapolis raged through the night, following the killing of George Floyd. On Friday, the police officer was charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter. 

In New York’s Central Park, a white woman called the police on an African American man after he asked her to leash her dog, per park rules. Understanding the fraught dynamic and legacy of calling the cops. 

This powerful painting from 1967 captures another unsettling time in America.
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Protests in Minneapolis raged through the night, following the killing of George Floyd. On Friday, the police officer was charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter. 

In New York’s Central Park, a white woman called the police on an African American man after he asked her to leash her dog, per park rules. Understanding the fraught dynamic and legacy of calling the cops. 

This powerful painting from 1967 captures another unsettling time in America.
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