Thursday December 13, 2018
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BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 11/19/18
A defiant crowd shut-down Plymouth Avenue in North Minneapolis, November 15, to mark the third year since the police murder of Jamar Clark.
BY Loretta VanPelt | Minneapolis, MN | 5/04/18
On May 3, around 50 people gathered for a remembrance of Jamar Clark’s birthday.
BY S. Sanchez | Minneapolis, MN | 5/07/17
On May 3, 100 people gathered together for a demonstration remembering Jamar Clark’s 26th birthday.
BY Jess Sundin | Minneapolis, MN | 2/02/17
The first call came in to Cameron Clark – the jury would come back in 15 minutes, to say whether the man who shot him would be found guilty for his crimes.
BY Loretta VanPelt | Minneapolis, MN | 12/06/16
On Dec. 3, community members and activists gathered at Wayman AME Church in North Minneapolis for a panel discussion about how to “bring back transparency in law enforcement.”
BY Jess Sundin | Minneapolis, MN | 11/14/16
100 people marched through North Minneapolis, Nov. 13, to remember Jamar Clark, and continue the fight for justice and against police crimes.
BY Jess Sundin | Minneapolis, MN | 10/24/16
Few were surprised here on Friday, Oct. 21, when MPD Chief Jenee Harteau announced that the department had cleared its own officers of wrongdoing in the killing of 24-year-old Jamar Clark almost a year ago.
BY Jess Sundin | Falcon Heights, Mn | 9/06/16
On Sept. 3, as the family was in Saint Louis to lay Philando Castile to rest, community members gathered at the site where Officer Jeronimo Yanez violently ended Castile’s life. More than 50 people marched to the front gates of the State Fair here, to call attention to the police killings that they say target especially, but not solely, Black people and other people of color.
BY Jess Sundin | Minneapolis, MN | 6/03/16
Anger at the police killing of Jamar Clark will fuel more protests, as demands for justice are renewed by the June 2 announcement that there will be no federal charges against the police who killed him last November.
BY Jess Sundin | Minneapolis, MN | 3/30/16
All eyes were on Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman today, March 30, as he announced “criminal charges are not warranted” against police officers Mark Ringgenberg and Dustin Schwarze for the shooting death of Jamar Clark.
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