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The Power of Protest

In NYC, the weeks following the death of George Floyd in May 2020, masses of people took to the streets of Manhattan in a unified movement, exchanging support, ideas, presence, passion, value, and awareness in a derive-like manner that disoriented and consumed the individual participant (Debord, 1956). The four experimental methodologies employed in this research endeavor to measure the psychogeography of urban citizenry in times of extreme stress, outrage, and mourning that characterized the summer 2020 Black Lives Matter (BLM) Movement protests in Manhattan.