After 100 Days of Protest, Writers and Photographers Reflect on What They’ve Witnessed

Harper’s Bazaar

On the weekend of June 20 and 21, an anonymous person spray-painted the statue with the acronym BLM in two different locations. I cheered when news of the graffiti reached me in Atlanta, where I’ve been following the aftermath of Arbery’s death. As a fellow Brunswick High School alum, his murder shook me to my core. I shudder thinking about how the man whose bullets ended Arbery’s life once sat near me in Spanish class (…)

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