When two girls went missing overnight on Monday, public safety officials had little choice but to release their photographs and beg people on Facebook to repost. They did. And now we all know their names and faces. Read more →
Today’s Minnesota Supreme Court decision on the appeal of a murder conviction of Minneapolis gang member leads a reader to head-shaking moment.
The legal underpinnings and the decision surrounding the killing during the Juneteenth celebration in 2007 are almost secondary to the narrative of gang members’ disregard for human life. Certainly that doesn’t come as a surprise, but it assaults the senses nonetheless. Read more →
That’s the question to debate in the wake of Minneapolis police chief Janeé Harteau’s decision to pull out of a ‘listening session’ last night to address concerns by people of color in the city. Read more →