Tag Archive for: uprising

Update: Uprising Charges

About 40 percent of the people charged with felonies by Ramsey or Hennepin County — 31 out of 81 — are from outside the Twin Cities.

Building a Better Twin Cities

“We have learned how to make lemonade out of lemons.”

Intergenerational Perspective: Claudia Rankine and White Gatekeeping

White America has been in the business of creating false narratives and repressing all contrary evidence “since the time they had to justify turning people into property.”

Who Pays for Rebuilding?

The impact of the pandemic and unrest after George Floyd’s murder “uncovered what we’ve known for decades. The rebuild is part of a larger ecosystem that needs attention.”

Who Did Damage During the Uprising?

Digital-only story The damage done in the Twin Cities uprising…

Mapping Urban Art

"I didn’t realize that I would have an understanding of an archive as having a role in changing society."

Photo Diaries: Uprising

Five photographers write about what they saw and felt while becoming part of the memorial to the uprising after George Floyd's murder.

Future Heirlooms

People are anxious for normalcy, but that also means returning to the status quo, and we can no longer tolerate that.

Ashli Henderson: After the Unrest

How three women are collecting support around community-based support, the growing homelessness issue, and criminal justice reform

The Work of a Street Medic

My response is: ‘Okay, I have these skills. There are people who want to support community and are out there getting hurt.’

About the World Without George Floyd

This week, many of the people who contribute to our story sharing are deeply engaged in the community — in protest, in grief, in rage, in solidarity.