Across the United States and in cities around the world, protests have sprung up against police brutality and systemic racism in the wake of George Floyd's death at the hands of police officers. In Chicago, the economic engine was slated to restart yesterday, after nearly three months of being sidelined by Covid-19. Outdoor dining would soon be permitted at restaurants, hair salons are working to reopen and nonessential stores got ready to welcome customers. In the wake of protests, volunteers came together to clean up broken glass and other debris and remove graffiti. The Chicago Tribune has a stirring photo essay capturing the efforts.

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