It is due, in part, to progressive groups mobilizing their constituents to join the protests in solidarity.
As part of American Resistance, I studied the resistance groups that channeled the outrage in the streets into activism around the mid-term elections in 2018.
In recent weeks, those same Resistance groups have sent out messages of solidarity to their networks.
Despite the many reminders of inequality in 2020, the push for racial equity is clearly gathering momentum.
Protesters, progressive groups, and candidates demanding justice and fairness together are a powerful force for social change that has potential to make some serious progress in 2020.