Magazine November 16, 2020, Issue

A Moment of Justice

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(From the AP: “They’ve been portrayed by the president as violent left-wing radicals and used to scare suburban voters. But an AP review found most of those arrested in U.S. protests look like regular citizens caught up in the moment — many are young suburban adults.”)

Hi, Mandy here. Soooo, we were at this place downtown, me and Jenni and Todd and Justin. We hadn’t all gotten together since like forever because of COVID lol.

It was an awesome night, nice and warm, and everything like felt like normal? We had some drinks and some bruschetta although Todd wasn’t eating the crusty

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