That night, as I wrote about in my column here, I went to the march because I felt like I should go but by the end of the evening, as a group gathered at the corner of MLK and Pennsylvania, and then looped through West Baltimore and back to Station North, it was clear this was something bigger. The next day, students at Poly staged a sit-in and about a week later, activists blocked Mount Vernon Place Square and interrupted the Monument Lighting. So City Paper's Baynard Woods knocked out a cover story on the burgeoning protest movement titled "This Is What Democracy Looks Like," which artfully explored the moment as it was happening. It's my belief that journalism, even when it takes a wide-screen view of current events, should do its best to diagnose simply what things look like right now, rather than speculate on it further and ask what the end game is. And indeed, Woods' piece, along with photos by J.M. Giordano, did this expertly. It was a snapshot of the movement as it was figuring itself out, when many weren't sure if it was even a movement yet.