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    • Instead of listening to protestor demands to end police brutality, police deploy tear gas and rubber bullets (SF Chronicle, Patch)
    • The violence experienced by black Americans is an every day occurrence (Grist)
    • City planners cannot just ignore it (Planetizen)
    • One Oakland protest was organized by high school students (EdSource)
    • Cars are weapons (Vox)
      • and closing freeways is a tactic (Fox5)
    • Transit agencies leave people stranded (LA Times)
    • The looming concern: protests and coronavirus (Sacramento Bee)
    • Rural counties don't want to shut down but tourism isn't coming (LA Times)
    • Rents are finally dropping (SF Chronicle)

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