Tuesday October 27, 2020
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BY Jess Sundin | Minneapolis, MN | 8/11/20
The Twin Cities Coalition for Justice 4 Jamar (TCC4J) was joined by community supporters and Jamar Clark’s family for a press conference demanding community control of the police and a Civilian Police Accountability Council (CPAC).
BY Jess Sundin | Saint Paul, MN | 6/21/20
On June 19, family members of several people killed by the police in Minnesota, along with their supporters, protested outside the State Capitol building in Saint Paul.
BY staff | St. Paul, MN | 1/16/20
Saint Paul police were soundly condemned on January 14 for a decade of crimes against families and communities.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 9/25/19
Fight Back! is circulating statement by the Twin Cities Coalition for Justice 4 Jamar
BY Linden Gawboy | Saint Paul, MN | 9/24/19
Nearly 100 community members and activists gathered September 22 in front of the Western District police station here to demand justice for Ronald Davis, who was shot and killed by Saint Paul police officer Steven Mattson on September 17.
BY Ted Mika | St. Paul, MN | 8/26/19
On August 24, protesters shut down a light rail train, blocked traffic and shut down the main entrance to the Minnesota State Fair.
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 Jess Sundin | Minneapolis, MN | 11/18/18
For the final event in a week marking three years since Jamar Clark was killed by police, the Twin Cities Coalition for Justice 4 Jamar (TCC4J) hosted an organizing meeting, November 17, titled, “JusticeThruJamar: Community Control of MPD - Making it Real!”
BY Loretta VanPelt | Minneapolis, MN | 10/06/18
More than 20 people gathered in a light rain at the intersection of Chicago Avenue and Lake Street in Minneapolis to celebrate the verdict in the Laquan McDonald case, October 5.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 9/05/18
A rally coinciding with the opening day of the Chicago murder trial of Jason Van Dyke, the white copy who killed Laquan McDonald, took place in north Minneapolis, Sept 5.
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