Shovels, brooms and trash bags in hand, groups of friends and families crisscross Minneapolis. On the job, spontaneously, to clean up the largest city in Minnesota, after a week of daily demonstrations, which have turned into destructive riots in certain neighborhoods. “In the evening, I demonstrate, and in the morning, I clean up,” says Keisha, a student, proudly, sweeping through broken glass. As fire starts across the country, dozens of cities have followed in Minneapolis.