The Minneapolis City Council agreed to pay Donald Williams $150,000.

A Department of Justice investigation confirmed the worst-kept secret.

Minneapolis police sniper Aaron Pearson, who was involved in Andrew Tekle Sundberg's shooting, was also involved in Amir Locke's killing months earlier.

Civil Rights & Social Justice

It's not enough to "reign in" no-knock warrants. The practice needs to end.

Civil Rights & Social Justice

Bodycam video shows the Minneapolis Police Department shoot Amir Locke, a young Black man, within seconds during the botched execution of a no-knock warrant for which he was not the subject.


It's important to be clear that Question 2 -- a critical ballot initiative that would have replaced the Minneapolis Police Department with a Department of Public Safety -- was not the beginning and certainly not the end of our movement.

Civil Rights & Social Justice

By a 56% to 44% margin, voters said “no” to a charter amendment that would have replaced the Minneapolis Police Department with a new Department of Public Safety focused on public health solutions. So what's next for police reform in Minneapolis?


Voters have rejected a ballot question that would have reimagined public safety in Minneapolis replacing the city's police department, which has been at the center of racial justice protests following the murder of George Floyd last year.

Frazier's family and local community activists want the officer involved in the fatal accident to be prosecuted under the furthest extent of the law and called for Attorney General Keith Ellison to take over the investigation.

The family of Leneal Frazier, a driver in Minneapolis who died after sustaining injuries from a police pursuit he wasn't involved in, has retained renowned civil rights lawyer Ben Crump as they try to seek justice for their loss.

Darnella Frazier, the teenager who filmed Derek Chauvin murder George Floyd, has revealed that Minneapolis police killed her uncle, who was an innocent driver during a high-speed chase conducted under questionable circumstances.

As George Floyd's family celebrates Derek Chauvin's murder conviction, the fight for justice and broader demands of police accountability continue.