When a white police officer in Minneapolis handcuffed an African-American suspect, pushed him face-first onto the pavement, and kneeled on his neck until he died, people worldwide swarmed cities to express their outrage. The peaceful protests descended into violence, vandalism and looting. The next morning, concerned citizens started cleaning up the damage, but day-after-day, the cycle was repeated. I am a TV reporter and anchor in New York. This is a candid look at what I witnessed firsthand.