As baby boomers, we’ve seen it all before: racial tensions, looting, arson, chaos in the streets. For most of us though, whether in the ‘60s or the ‘90s or any other time, it was all seen secondhand. For Pittsburgh’s Tim Menees, decades before the current eruptions of pain and violence, it was a firsthand experience, and one he remembers as clearly as if it were yesterday. If my roommate and I had…



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