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?

Noor says that the campaign to change the city charter was ultimately a heavy lift for the community. Mobilizing after the charter commission squashed a vote from taking place last year, the community engaged in what they call an even "more democratic" process.   

The Minneapolis police officer who killed the uncle of a key figure surrounding George Floyd's death is facing up to 20 years in prison after being formally charged for his role in the death.

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.

The precinct commander was demoted, but the officers are still collecting paychecks.

Two Minneapolis police officers who added racially insulting decorations to their precinct’s Christmas tree remain on paid leave.

Minneapolis police killed Thurman Blevins as he fled.

Minneapolis acting police chief Medaria Arradondo announced a new body cameras policy Wednesday that requires officers to turn on the tool during all public interactions.