Pepper bullet wounds, stinging eyes: a night with a Georgetown student protester outside the White House | Curio
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Pepper bullet wounds, stinging eyes: a night with a Georgetown student protester outside the White House

15 mins | Jun 15, 2020
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A night with a Georgetown student protester outside the White House. "Friedland made her way to the front as soon as she arrived in Lafayette Square for the first night of protests on Friday. It's terrifying to be a few feet from a long line of police officers, Friedland says, who for years have scared her so much that she holds her breath when she drives by their cars. Before last week, Friedland had never been to a protest with violence. Neither had anyone else in her Georgetown group." Caroline Kitchener, writing in The Lily, reports.
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