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It Wasn’t All Looting: A Street-Level Photo Essay of Angelenos Protesting in the Name of George Floyd From Whittier to Santa Monica

Downtown L.A. ~ May 29, 2020 ~ Photos by Kemal Cilengir

Mid-City ~ May 30th, 2020 ~ Photos by Kemal Cilengir

Santa Monica ~ May 31, 2020 ~ Photos by Kemal Cilengir

Whittier ~ May 31, 2020 ~ Photos by Erwin Recinos

City Hall ~ May 31, 2020 ~ Photos by Brian Feinzimer

A man rests on the grass of grand park as demonstrators gather on the steps of Los Angeles city hall facing LAPD and the National Guard to demonstrate against police violence. (Brian Feinzimer)
A man rests on the grass of grand park as demonstrators gather on the steps of Los Angeles city hall facing LAPD and the National Guard to demonstrate against police violence. (Brian Feinzimer)
A member of the National Guard patrols outside of Los Angeles City Hall. (Brian Feinzimer)
A member of the National Guard patrols outside of Los Angeles City Hall. (Brian Feinzimer)
Demonstrators face off LAPD while protesting police violence at Los Angeles City Hall. (Brian Feinzimer)
Demonstrators face off LAPD while protesting police violence at Los Angeles City Hall. (Brian Feinzimer)
Demonstrators face off LAPD while protesting police violence at Los Angeles City Hall. (Brian Feinzimer)
Demonstrators face off LAPD while protesting police violence at Los Angeles City Hall. (Brian Feinzimer)
Demonstrators face off LAPD while protesting police violence at Los Angeles City Hall. (Brian Feinzimer)
Demonstrators face off LAPD while protesting police violence at Los Angeles City Hall. (Brian Feinzimer)
Demonstrators face off LAPD while protesting police violence at Los Angeles City Hall. (Brian Feinzimer)
Demonstrators face off LAPD while protesting police violence at Los Angeles City Hall. (Brian Feinzimer)
Demonstrators face off LAPD while protesting police violence at Los Angeles City Hall. (Brian Feinzimer)
Demonstrators face off LAPD while protesting police violence at Los Angeles City Hall. (Brian Feinzimer)
Demonstrators gather at the steps of Los Angeles City Hall to protest police violence. (Brian Feinzimer)
Demonstrators gather at the steps of Los Angeles City Hall to protest police violence. (Brian Feinzimer)
Demonstrators gather at the steps of Los Angeles City Hall to protest police violence. (Brian Feinzimer)
Demonstrators gather at the steps of Los Angeles City Hall to protest police violence. (Brian Feinzimer)
A man smokes from a bong while demonstrating against police violence. (Brian Feinzimer)
A man smokes from a bong while demonstrating against police violence. (Brian Feinzimer)

City Hall ~ May 31, 2020 ~ Photo by Lexis-Olivier Ray

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