In Part 2 of our conversation with Sasha Cotton, we asked how her office is responding with violence prevention and intervention programs, and what Minneapolis’s next steps are.
We spoke with Sasha Cotton about how prevention strategies in Minneapolis have been evolving and what a public health-oriented approach to violence entails.
Our July issue is back in print and being distributed to many of our free pick-up sites thanks to the businesses listed below.
It is our biannual survey to find out what interests you!
Minnesota from a National Lens, Green New Deal, Visual Activism, Women Heading to Congress
Our thanks to Gaea Dill-D’Ascoli for sharing with us this collection of images from South Minneapolis.
“We’re not abolishing help. We’re abolishing police. That’s very different…We have to do the work to imagine something different and to listen to what people in different neighborhoods and communities want.”
Terms of a temporary restraining order outlines changes that must be implemented by the Minneapolis Police Department
Community safety comes from within.
What comes after police disband? Part 2 in an ongoing series about transformative justice.