“The massive nationwide demonstrations since Floyd’s death in Minneapolis have provided a kind of culmination for these disparate strands of activism. The protests have been notable for the racial diversity of their crowds. A poll released Thursday by the nonpartisan Kaiser Family Foundation found that while young people ages 18 to 29 account for 52 percent of all adults who have protested—more than double their share of the overall population—participants closely tracked the nation’s overall racial breakdown.” The Atlantic’s Ron Brownstein with a very interesting look at today’s protests and how they may, or may not, turn into votes. The Rage Unifying Boomers and Gen Z.