‘Millions March’ Crowds Caught In Stunning Manhattan Timelapse
Tens of thousands of protestors took to the streets in Manhattan this weekend to protest police force that leads to the death of innocent people of color. Though the case of Michael Brown in Ferguson was the catalyst behind this nationwide movement, the lack of indictment for the killer of Eric Garner certainly inspired the latest wave of anger from New Yorkers.
This timelapse video, taken at the corner of 6th Avenue and 29th Street, shows thousands of protestors flooding the street, moving down several city blocks and past the waving flags of a McDonalds.
Now all you need is a Philip Glass soundtrack and you’ll have Koyaanisqatsi: