“When people began gathering at the State Capitol last week to protest the death of George Floyd, racism and police brutality, Zac Gabani saw himself clearly in their cause.
“I understand what these people are going through,” said Gabani, whose father was from Sudan. “I myself have had an injustice done against me by the Denver Police Department.”
But while Gabani has been proud to support the protests and the movement that has powered them, he said the events of the last few days have also presented him with “a double-edged sword” that has provoked a whole mixture of feelings.
Gabani is the owner of Buffalo Bill’s Wings & Things, a chicken wing spot located along the stretch of Colfax that has become a focal point of much of the protesting and unrest that has surrounded the State Capitol.”
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Albani-Burgio, Paul. Denverite 4 June 2020.