Minneapolis volunteers collect remembrances for George Floyd permanent memorial

Fate Of George Floyd Square Hotly Debated In Minneapolis
People participate in a demonstration on Aug. 17 in Minneapolis. Community members came together for a rally to protest the city's potential reopening 38th Street and Chicago Avenue, an unofficial autonomous zone known as George Floyd Square.
Brandon Bell | Getty Images file

Thousands have left remembrances at the Minneapolis street where George Floyd was killed. Now residents and volunteer art conservators are working to preserve them for a potential permanent memorial.

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