TakeAction Minnesota Proudly Endorses Mai Chong Xiong for Ramsey County Commissioner District 6
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Kenza Hadj-Moussa, 612-386-9556 NEWS STATEMENT TakeAction Minnesota Proudly Endorses Mai Chong Xiong for Ramsey County Commissioner District 6 (MINNEAPOLIS, MN)—On Saturday, May 14th, the Democratic Farmer-Labor
April 6, 2022 IMMEDIATE RELEASE TakeAction Minnesota Statement: Amir Locke Should Be Alive Today (MINNEAPOLIS, MN)–Today, officials announced there would be no charges in the murder of 22-year-old Amir Locke
MEDIA STATEMENT TakeAction Minnesota Statement on Reinsurance Deal ST. PAUL, MINN—The state Senate passed a reinsurance deal off the floor tonight. The bill is headed to the state House.
AFTER-ACTION REPORT REVEALS JACOB FREY, MPD IGNORED EMERGENCY PROTOCOL IN WAKE OF GEORGE FLOYD MURDER
“The after-action report confirmed it was Jacob Frey’s complete incompetence and lack of preparedness that cost Minneapolis so dearly following George Floyd’s murder – not the peaceful demonstrators and mourners he has repeatedly sought to blame and surveil. Jacob and his political allies deliberately lied about and covered up this report until their re-election campaigns had passed to avoid accountability. It is an egregious abuse of power that further stains a historically dirty election and is yet another example of corruption in the Frey administration.”
TakeAction Minnesota Joins Call for House Leadership to Hold Rep. Boebert Accountable for anti-Muslim Rhetoric
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 10, 2021 TakeAction Minnesota Joins Call for House Leadership to Hold Rep. Boebert Accountable for anti-Muslim Rhetoric (St. Paul, MN) – This week, over 400 Congressional staffers joined Congresswoman Ilhan Omar and members of Congress
Statement: Minneapolis Budget Must Prioritize Office of Violence Prevention, Invest in Proven Violence Prevention Programs
(Minneapolis, MN) – This evening, Minneapolis residents and local activists will gather at an online City Council public hearing and to demand the 2022 municipal budget prioritize fully funding the Office of Violence Prevention, including full-time permanent staff and allocating significant resources toward proven public safety strategies.
Mayoral Hopefuls Call On Minneapolis Residents to Leave Mayor Frey Off Their Ballots