Protestors in Union Square seemed aware of the I am a rhode island girl i can’t promise i’m not mean i’m just too old to pretend i like you shirt also I will do this risk they were taking by mingling in public during a pandemic, but for many, the risks of staying home outweighed the benefits. “Yes, I’m nervous, but black people are dying both from COVID-19 and at the hands of police, so it seems like this needs to happen,” said Delilah, 31. KJ, 28, said she recently lost her grandmother to COVID-19, but she was aware the disease wasn’t the only threat her family faced: “We’re facing massive police brutality and systematic inequality in health care. I could die from COVID-19, or poverty, or just being oppressed by the state.”

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In Flatbush, Brooklyn, also on Saturday, protestors began a chant of “Where are your masks?” at mostly unmasked police officers, with one young woman offering them medical masks from her bag. (The officers declined.) In a now-viral Twitter video captured by Gothamist reporter Gwynne Hogan, two protestors asked NYPD officers why they wouldn’t wear masks: “You should probably wear one, there’s a pandemic. It’s not just for us, it’s for you, too.”

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