Potter Testimony Shows Remorse, Memory Loss

Potter said she did not intend to use deadly force against Duante Wright. She stated she didn’t recall saying “I’m going to go to prison” immediately after the shooting. Safiya Mohamed reports

Families and Educators Tackle the Education Gap

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Over the weekend, education advocates gathered for a forum titled ‘Are Public Schools in Minnesota Failing Black Children? Safiya Mohamed reports

Families Gather to Remember Demetrius Hill

Community members gathered Saturday at the Wilder Recreation Center to mark the anniversary of Demetrius Hill’s death, a Black man who was shot by St.Paul Police in 1997. Safiya Mohamed reports.

Minnesotans Protest Police Brutality, BCA

On Friday community members gathered to observe the National Day of Protest Against Police Brutality. They held a vigil outside of the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension Office in St. Paul to honor lives lost to police violence.

Students Wrestle with Campus Hate Crimes

Early last week flyers with racist language were put up on the University of St. Thomas campus in St. Paul. They targeted Native Americans and included a link to a white nationalist website. Safiya Mohamed reports

Voters Are Deciding the Future of Public Safety in Minneapolis

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A recent poll found that 49% of Minneapolis residents support the proposal for a new Department of Public Safety; 40% oppose the proposal and 10% are undecided. Safiya Mohamed reports