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NewPrensa Issue 112 I St. Paul Highschool Students Topple Police Presence In Schools

June 18 – June 24, 2020 Edition 112  The Battle for Police Reform “Satara Strong leads the crowd at Central High School in a chant Monday, quoting Assata Shakur: ‘We have a duty to fight for our freedom. We have a duty to win.’ Credit: Jaida Grey Eagle – Sahan Journal The movement to scale back …

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NewPrensa Issue 111 I Celebrating Pride And Juneteenth, While Rebuilding The Twin Cities

June 11 – June 17, 2020 Edition 111  Pride in the Black and Latinx Communities No matter the circumstances, it’s important to stay proud. Photo/Twin Cities Pride   June 1st marks the beginning of Pride for the LGBTQ community and the commemoration of the Stonewall riots of 1969. Though the COVID-19 pandemic has caused the …

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Minneapolis City Council To Defund City’s Police Department – Issue 110

June 04 – June 10, 2020 Edition 110  Nine Members of the Minneapolis City Council Pledge to Defund the City’s Police Department Alondra Cano, Minneapolis City Council Ward 9 representative speaks to community members at “the Path Forward” meeting at Powderhorn Park. Photo by Jerry Holt/Star Tribune It’s hard to believe that just 17 days ago George Floyd …

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We Are Resilient. We Are Strong. We Are MN. – Issue 109

May 28 – June 3, 2020 Edition 109  The Minneapolis Police Union Must Change A group of police officers outside of a Minneapolis precinct. Credit | Minnesota ReformerIn light of recent events surrounding the murder of George Floyd, the president of the Minneapolis Police union, Bob Kroll, finally spoke up. Javier Morillo from Minnesota Reformer reports:  “In …

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Remember his name: George Floyd – Issue 108

May 21 – 27, 2020 Edition 108  Remember his name: George Floyd The following paragraph has graphic descriptions of violence An FBI investigation is underway following a fatal encounter between George Floyd and Minneapolis police that occurred on Monday evening. A video of his arrest circulated on social media where it shows a police officer pressing his knee into …

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Governor Walz Implements Temporary Nighttime Curfew

Governor Walz Implements Temporary Nighttime Curfew   Curfew to go into effect across Minneapolis-Saint Paul tonight at 8pm [ST. PAUL, MN] – Governor Tim Walz today signed Executive Order 20-65, implementing a temporary nighttime curfew that will provide safety for Minnesota residents from individuals who have engaged in unlawful and dangerous activity in recent days and …

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Stay Safe Minnesota Explained – Issue 107

May 14 – 20, 2020 Edition 107 StaySafeMN# “An inspirational message is written on steps in St. Paul’s Summit Hill neighborhood on April 19, 2020.” Credit | Sahan Journal Stay Safe Minnesota has replaced the stay-at-home order which expired on May 18. A few notable things have changed, including retail businesses being allowed to reopen with …

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