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
Anthony checks in with Georgia about the recent developments in the Mohamad Noor Case and talks with Dr. Kim Park Nelson, Ethnic Studies Professor at Winona State University about how important ethnic studies education is to our current moment of reckonin
Working to fight for racial equity in a newsroom can take a toll on an already overworked journalist. Unfortunately, when a journalist of color leaves the profession, that leads to fewer stories on communities of color.
The ruling will likely result in a shorter sentence for Noor and has implications for the conviction of former police officer Derek Chauvin in the murder of George Floyd. Georgia Fort reports
Monday, a federal judge sentenced Illinois militia leader Emily Claire Hari to 53 years in jail for the 2017 bombing of the Dar Al-Farooq Islamic Center in Bloomington. The sentencing came amidst news of other alleged hate crimes in the Twin Cities.
Students of color say it’s common to feel invisible or alienated on campus. However they see college as an opportunity to advance themselves and their communities.
Nearly one hundred teens and young children marched to the Maplewood police station Friday demanding justice for Marcoz Paramo and Alyjah Thomas. Georgia Fort reports
Anthony checks in with Georgia about the recent high-speed chase leading to more community deaths questioning our willingness to change. Our hosts also check in with entertainment reporter Neal Justin about how he is experiencing this moment and the willi
Families are questioning the Ramsey County Sheriff’s policy on high-speed chases after a vehicle pursuit claimed the lives of two teens in Maplewood.
A new report from the Movement for Black Lives found the federal government targeted Black Lives Matter protesters with harsher prosecution in order to disrupt and deter activism.