Janea Wil­son is an Edi­to­r­i­al Intern for In These Times, and a stu­dent at North­west­ern Uni­ver­si­ty study­ing jour­nal­ism and anthro­pol­o­gy. She has pre­vi­ous­ly writ­ten for The Dai­ly North­west­ern, The Detroit Free Press and The Trace mag­a­zine. You can reach her on Twit­ter at @janeaAwilson

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Police say they're using tear gas to clear crowds, but the chemical agent's effects can cause long-term physical damage.