A Black man hands out pizza to a group of protesters standing in the middle of a street.
Organizers treated people marching through downtown Memphis during a February 4 protest against the police killing of Tyre Nichols to free pizza, drinks, music and games by organizers. Folks with the protest came prepared to occupy the intersection of Danny Thomas Boulevard and Poplar Avenue by setting up a place for rest and fellowship late into the night. Photo by Andrea Morales for MLK50

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