Nekima Levy Armstrong Outlines Her Mission To End Police Violence in Hulu Documentary ‘Sound of the Police’
The film, she says, ‘examines the fraught relationship between African Americans and the police.’
The Time’s Jerome Benton Talks Prince, ‘Under The Cherry Moon,’ Screening And Whether He’s Ready to Retire
The musician reveals never before details about the Prince megahit “Nothing Compares 2 U."
Biden Calls For Police Reform To Mark The Third Anniversary Of George Floyd’s Death
“I urge Congress to enact meaningful police reform and send it to my desk. I will sign it,” Biden said.
R. Kelly Will No Longer Face Charges In One Minnesota County, Here’s Why
Prosecutors dismissed the charges against the singer but it wasn’t because he’s innocent, but rather for a different reason.
Ex-Minneapolis Police Officer Tou Thao Convicted Of Aiding George Floyd’s Killing
He had previously been convicted in federal court of violating Floyd’s civil rights.
NAACP Accuses Minneapolis Police of Spying In Lawsuit
The city’s police department is being accused of creating fake social media accounts to spy on Black activists.
Derek Chauvin's Request For A New Trial Rejected By Appeals Court
Chauvin’s attorney argued that he didn’t receive a fair trial because the case was high profile.
Minneapolis Black Business Community Creates Its Own Expo After City's Failed
“This is an opportunity for us to be proactive,” local organizer says.
Minneapolis Agrees To Overhaul Police Department In Wake Of George Floyd Murder
A state investigation found that the department routinely engaged in racially discriminatory policing.
Amir Locke’s Parents File Federal Lawsuit Against Minneapolis For No-Knock Warrant Killing
Locke was fatally shot at a downtown apartment by officers on Feb. 2, 2022.