Today, we are remembering George Floyd – a beloved father, son, brother, and partner and sending love and support to his family. A year since his murder by ex-MPD police
Justice for George Floyd
Minneapolis, the World is Watching.
Last summer, George Floyd was murdered 3 blocks away from my childhood home, one block away from Phelps park where my little sisters still play. As Minneapolis wrestled through trauma
TakeAction Minnesota Update: Justice for George Floyd
Today, George Floyd’s memorial was held in Minneapolis. The pain, rage, and grief across the Twin Cities is palpable. At the same time, our trauma is being transformed into the creation of something beautiful.
TakeAction Minnesota continues to follow the leadership of Black-led organizations and Black leaders across our multi-racial base. We are also operating through our lens as a multi-racial, statewide organization, lifting up the wisdom of members most directly impacted by injustice and violence inflicted by police and white nationalists.
STATEMENT: Justice for George Floyd (5/31/20)
ST. PAUL, MINN–The pain, rage, and grief across our cities is being felt. At the same time, it is being transformed and harnessed into something beautiful. Our communities are exhausted, but clear about the better world that can come of this.
Here is our update.
STATEMENT: TakeAction Statement on Justice for George Floyd
The murder of George Floyd is devastating and justice is what we are focused on. At its core, the struggle, anger and sadness engulfing Minneapolis, our state and in fact our entire country is about love for each other. We are human beings, bound together and wired to care for each other.
Today I Woke Up
by Breanna Ellison, TakeAction Minnesota Organizer Like so many of you, I am hurting. This is not the first time black people have been forced to witness the trauma of our black relatives’ suffering,
Rep. Aisha Gomez: “This is why we talk about police abolition.”
This is why we talk about police abolition.
There is no reform that can fix this system. No training or body camera or coaching or diversification effort or outside investigation or toothless oversight body that can fix this.
Black Lives Matter
Updated at 1:20 p.m. on January 5, 2021 We are heartbroken. On May 25, 2020, Minneapolis police officers killed George Floyd, setting off a nation-wide uprising and meaningful efforts to