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What you need to know about the protests against George Floyd's death

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Protests in Minneapolis intensified Thursday night after the FBI and Minnesota authorities announced that they would not yet be charging four police officers involved in the fatal arrest of George Floyd. But the reasons for the community’s anger and frustration extend far beyond Floyd’s death - high rates of police violence against African Americans in Minneapolis, structural inequality, and the disparities in how Black people are treated by police are all factors.