On the south side of Minneapolis over the weekend, Safia Munye and her family walk up to the door of what was Mama Safia's Kitchen.
A volunteer from the neighborhood walks out onto Lake Street.
"Is this your business?" she asks.
Safia and her daughter Saida Hassan nod silently.
"I'm sorry," the woman says.
It's the first time they've seen it since fiery protests erupted in cries for racial justice and state troopers in riot gear blocked the road to this street.