What happens when you bring together a group of young women of color to cover one of the most racially charged trials in our country’s history? Really. Good. Journalism. In this special, we’re looking back at Racial Reckoning: The Arc of Justice, a journa
The state’s prosecution and the defense made their closing arguments Monday. Georgia Fort reports.
When asked if he was aware of another officer mistaking their gun for their taser, expert witness Sgt. Mike Peterson said he was not. Other testimony revealed that Potter did not test her taser as required by her department the day she fatally shot Daunt
Potter is charged with first and second-degree manslaughter after she shot Daunte Wright on April 11 during a traffic stop. Wright’s family and community leaders held a press conference Monday afternoon to demand Potter be held accountable. Georgia Fort r
Dozens of students, parents and graduates from the district showed up to speak out about their own racist encounters after a video went viral of a student encouraging a Black teen to kill herself. But school board members refused to hear more than a handf
Hundreds gathered at Prior Lake High School to demand a student who used racial slurs in a viral video be expelled. Georgia Fort reports.
MEnd Correctional Care was providing medical services for Beltrami jail in 2018 when 27-year-old Hardel Sherrell died in custody. Protesters say the state should shut the organization down.
Many racial justice activists were disappointed to see Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey re-elected and the public safety charter amendment rejected. Georgia Fort reports.
Voters in Minneapolis will determine the future of policing and public safety in the first major election since George Floyd was killed.
The former Brooklyn Center police officer will face both first and second-degree manslaughter charges in the death of Daunte Wright. Meanwhile, Wright’s family marked what would have been his 21st birthday. Georgia Fort reports.