Since the police killing of 46-year-old father-of-five, George Floyd, the area where Floyd took his last breath has turned into an international sacred space controlled by community caretakers. The autonomous zone called George Floyd Square (GFS) consists of four city blocks around 38th Street and Chicago Avenue in South Minneapolis.For an inside look at GFS and why the space is being held, Unicorn Riot collated coverage from the Square since its creation and interviews from community defenders and caretakers into the mini-documentary ‘Beyond the Barricades: A Look At George Floyd Square‘. [This by no means is an exhaustive look at GFS, it’s merely scratching the surface of thousands of stories from a collectively run community seeking justice.]