One month since the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, the nationwide outpouring of anger and calls to change law enforcement have ignited a global push for racial justice to which businesses and policy makers have already begun to respond. But for many residents and demonstrators in the days after Mr. Floyd’s death outside a corner store on Memorial Day, the scale and pace of those political shock waves were hardly foreseeable or assured.

Photojournalists who covered both peaceful demonstrations and violent street…

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