George Floyd protests have created a multicultural movement that’s making history

Alan Michnoff, center, protests the death of George Floyd in front of the North Hollywood police station.

By Leila MillerStaff Writer  June 7, 20206 AM

Throughout his life, Alan Michnoff’s engagement with racial justice issues had been “next to none.” Although the 30-year-old North Hollywood resident had always been aware of police brutality against black people, he had not actively spoken up.

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