A Movement, Not a Moment

In the days after the killing of George Floyd, as the world erupted with scenes of protest, anger, solidarity, and hope, a young Harlem photographer named Flo Ngala began documenting the energy in the streets of NYC. She marched for five days and nights, capturing an intense and sometimes chaotic tug-of-war over the soul of the city—and of the nation itself.

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