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Multi-Racial established itself in 1999 with uniquely uniting event , at the time focused at providing events mainly without the prejudice segregation brought on by South Africa's the past. Out of its ethos (Unitin Thru The Rhythm) a record label was eventually established in 2003 with a multitude of releases by giving platforms up n coming various and now influential producers in the South African House music scene, in keeping with its ethos and principles of building platforms for up n com ...
 
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With a little over a week left before the end of the Minnesota legislative session, the House and Senate have yet to agree on policing reforms. - Feven Gerezgiher reports: With a little over a week left before the end of the Minnesota legislative session, the House and Senate have yet to agree on policing reforms. At a hearing Thursday, the mother …
 
The defense attorney filed a motion arguing that the former Minneapolis police officer convicted of murdering George Floyd was not given due process. The motion alleges that the publicity surrounding the trial intimidated the defense’s witnesses and influenced the jury. Legal experts say such claims are commonplace in legal proceedings. - Feven Ger…
 
I’m Georgia Fort with the latest in Minneapolis Brooklyn center Mayor Mike Elliot is addressing concerns of residents following a week of tear gas being used in front of their homes to disperse protestors demanding justice for Daunte Wright. Here’s what he said in an exclusive interview. “People have said there is still residue left in the carpets …
 
Georgia Fort reports: A total of nearly 300 protestors were arrested in Brooklyn Center the week following Daunte Wright’s death. 18-year-old Jonah Ralph-Guentouri was one of them. He says he was protesting peacefully and volunteering as a medic when he and other protestors were sprayed with tear gas and rounded up. “I don’t like people getting kil…
 
Feven Gerezgiher reports: This weekend, union organizers celebrated May Day, a holiday with a long history in South Minneapolis. At the International Workers Day March on Saturday, racial justice organizer Monique Cullars Doty spoke to the labor movement’s solidarity with black and brown lives since the death of George Floyd. “Solidarity indicates …
 
Samantha HoangLong reports: With only two and a half weeks left in the Minnesota legislative session, lawmakers are pushing for police reform bills to be heard and passed in the Republican-majority state senate. The DFL-controlled House passed a public safety bill last week. It includes expanding civilian oversight on police agencies, adding strict…
 
Georgia Fort reports: Over fifty people gathered in Saint Paul Wednesday demanding all cases of police violence be reopened for investigation. The gathering was spearheaded by Marilyn Hill, in remembrance of her son Demetrius Hill who was killed by Saint Paul Police in 1997. No officer was charged. “They shot an innocent young boy who was 18 years …
 
Georgia Fort reports: Fencing and barricades came down from around the Hennepin County government center Tuesday. While downtown Minneapolis may appear to be returning to normal in the wake of Derek Chauvin’s conviction, for some protestors things will never be the same. 19 year old Victor Ramierez Bustamente is one of several who were injured at r…
 
Georgia Fort reports: The home of Washington County Attorney Pete Orput has been the site of multiple protests since he was selected to prosecute the Daunte Wright case. Activists gathered in the street, chanting “bring murder charges” and “do the right thing.” Orput was given the case after the Hennepin County attorney said he had a conflict of in…
 
Feven Gerezgiher reports. Former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty of the murder of George Floyd last week, but the trial has not ended just yet. Chauvin will be sentenced on June 16, after which he will have 90 days to file an appeal. Meanwhile community members are demanding murder charges against the Brooklyn Center polic…
 
Samantha HoangLong reports: Two days after Derek Chauvin was convicted for the murder of George Floyd, hundreds gathered Thursday at Shiloh Temple International Ministries in Minneapolis to celebrate the life of 20-year-old Daunte Wright. "My son had a smile that was worth a million dollars,” said his mother, Katie Wright. “When he walked in the ro…
 
Feven Gerezgiher reports: The Justice Department is beginning a widespread civil investigation into the Minneapolis Police Department. Attorney General Merrick Garland made the announcement the day after a jury found former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin guilty in the murder of George Floyd. “Yesterday’s verdict in the state criminal tria…
 
Feven Gerezgiher reports: On Tuesday a jury found former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin guilty on three counts in the murder of George Floyd. He faces up to 40 years in prison. Thousands gathered outside the courthouse and at George Floyd Square, anxiously waiting for the verdict. The news came as a relief to many; neighborhoods erupted i…
 
Georgia Fort reports: Closing arguments concluded Monday afternoon in the Derek Chauvin trial. Defense attorney Eric Nelson stressed the complicating factors in Floyd’s death, including his health, his drug addiction and the distraction of vocal bystanders. Special Prosecutor Jerry Blackwell told the jury to believe what they saw with their own eye…
 
Feven Gerezgiher reports: Protests echoed across the Twin Cities metro area this weekend, calling for justice for victims of police brutality and for a de-escalation of the law enforcement initiative called Operation Safety Net. On Friday night, state troopers, National Guard, and local police arrested more than 100 protestors outside the Brooklyn …
 
Samantha HoangLong reports: Authorities have arrested more than 130 protestors so far this week in the wake of Daunte Wright’s death in Brooklyn Center. Police and National Guard used pepper spray, tear gas, flash bangs and rubber bullets to disperse the crowds. Several elected officials and community leaders have called for the end of such militar…
 
Georgia Fort reports: A request to acquit Derek Chauvin was denied Wednesday morning by Judge Cahill. “The court’s duty at this point is to look at the evidence in a light most favorable to the state. Based on that standard, the motion for judgment of acquittal is denied.” Cahill says he expects the trial to wrap up in less than a week, telling jur…
 
Protestors took to the streets of Brooklyn Center for the third night in a row since a police officer shot and killed Daunte Wright. According to the Brooklyn Center police chief, Officer Kim Potter accidentally grabbed her gun instead of her taser. Wright’s family was joined by the family of George Floyd and other victims of police violence in dow…
 
Coverage of the Derek Chauvin murder trial was overshadowed Monday by statewide updates regarding the fatal police shooting of 20-year-old Daunte Wright in nearby Brooklyn Center Sunday afternoon. The young black man was stopped by police for a traffic violation; within moments he was shot and killed. While an investigation is underway, Brooklyn Ce…
 
The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is investigating a police shooting Sunday afternoon in Brooklyn Center, just north of Minneapolis. According to his mother, 20-year-old Daunte Wright was pulled over for hanging an air freshener from the rearview mirror of his car. Moments later, he was lying dead in the street. “All he did was have air…
 
On Thursday, the jury in the Derek Chauvin trial heard expert medical witnesses testify as to how low oxygen levels led to George Floyd’s death. Pulmonologist and critical care physician Dr. Martin Tobin presented what he viewed after the first five minutes of restraint. “We’re seeing that the level of oxygen has gone down to zero,” said Tobin. “Th…
 
A bit of back and forth during the Derek Chauvin Trial left a witness changing his testimony. BCA Special Agent James Reyerson was asked what he thought George Floyd was saying at a specific moment during his fatal arrest. Attorney Eric Nelson: “Did you hear that?” Reyerson: “Yes I did.” Nelson: “Did it appear that Mr. Floyd said ‘I ate too many dr…
 
Los Angeles Police Sgt. Jody Stiger took the stand Tuesday afternoon as the State’s expert witness on use of force. Having done extensive research on use of force policies nationwide Stiger concluded that Derek Chauvin’s use of force on George Floyd was excessive. Stiger said that initially, when Floyd was actively resisting arrest, the officers we…
 
The Minneapolis Chief of police Medaria Arradondo testified Monday afternoon denouncing the actions of former police officer Derek Chauvin. “That is not our policy, that is not what we teach and it shouldn’t be condoned,” said Arradondo. Arradondo is the first African American to serve as chief of the Minneapolis police department. He was appointed…
 
The first week of the Derek Chauvin trial concluded Friday with one longtime Minneapolis officer testifying that Chauvin’s use of force on George Floyd was “totally unnecessary.” “Pulling him down to the ground face down and putting your knee on the neck for that amount of time...it’s just uncalled for,” said Chief of Homicide Lt Richard Zimmerman.…
 
On the fourth day of the murder trial of Derek Chauvin, Courteney Ross - George Floyd’s girlfriend of nearly three years - shared their struggles with opioid addiction. “We both suffer from chronic pain,” explained Ross. “Mine was in my neck, his was in his back. We both had prescriptions that were filled. And we got addicted. We tried hard to brea…
 
Intensity continues to build in the courtroom following yet another day of emotional testimony in the Derek Chauvin murder trial. A 61-year-old man who witnessed the death of George Floyd - Charles McMillian - broke down on the stand when the prosecution replayed footage of the moments leading up to Floyd’s death. In the footage you can hear McMill…
 
A 9 year old who witnessed the death of George Floyd testified in court Tuesday against Derek Chauvin. In an exclusive interview with the Racial Reckoning project, the girl - who’s name is Judea - said she had to be brave in court like she was brave the day she saw George Floyd die. “I met George Floyd’s daughter today,” Judea told reporter Georgia…
 
Energy remains high throughout the city of Minneapolis with nearly a thousand protestors taking to the streets following the first day of the Derek Chauvin trial. The prosecution held nothing back in opening statements, showing the viral video of George Floyd’s death to jurors within the first 30 minutes of the trial. During the prosecution’s openi…
 
Community members marched in downtown Minneapolis over the weekend, calling for justice for George Floyd. Protestors pointed out there is a long history of police brutality against Black people in Minnesota... including Jamar Clark in 20-15 and Philando Castile in 20-17. Castile’s death was captured on video by his girlfriend, who live-streamed the…
 
We’ve been White Too Long for way too long. Our white church, our white faith, and our white identities are way too Fragile. What will it take to change the church? Robin DiAngelo, PhD, returns and joins Robert P. Jones, PhD, and the Racial Heresy Team to explore what it will take to move the needle and get white Christians to work against systemic…
 
We’ve been White Too Long for way too long. Our white church, our white faith, and our white identities are way too Fragile. What will it take to change the church? Robin DiAngelo, PhD, returns and joins Robert P. Jones, PhD, and the Racial Heresy Team to explore what it will take to move the needle and get white Christians to work against systemic…
 
Court remains in recess through Monday March 29 in the trial of Derek Chauvin, the former officer charged with the death of George Floyd. Meanwhile a video of Police slamming and punching a man in north Minneapolis on Wednesday afternoon has gone viral. The nearly 4-minute video reignites concerns over police brutality and excessive use of force in…
 
Jury selection has concluded in the Derek Chauvin trial. On Tuesday the court selected a 15th and final juror - a white male accountant in his 20s. The juror expressed strong support for police, yet he questioned the behavior of the officers charged with George Floyd’s murder. Defense attorney Eric Nelson read from the juror’s questionnaire: “You w…
 
Jury selection is wrapping up in the Derek Chauvin murder trial. On Monday afternoon the court confirmed a 14th juror - a White woman in her 20s. Judge Cahill says he wants to find at least one more alternate for the trial before wrapping up the selection process. Currently eight of the jurors are White, two are Black, two are African immigrants, a…
 
Protestors were out in force across the Twin Cities this weekend. Some protests were in solidarity with Asian Americans killed in Atlanta last week, while others were a continuation of the demand for justice for George Floyd and other lives taken by police. Dolal Idd’s father, Bayle Gelle, stood in front of the Governor's mansion Sunday pleading fo…
 
Due to an increase in violent crime in the area, city leaders say they won’t wait for the end of Derek Chauvin’s trial to re-open the intersection of 38th and Chicago to traffic. Critics say the city is essentially responding to demands for police reform with increased law enforcement.저자 Racial Reckoning: The Arc of Justice
 
Critics say the jury for the Derek Chauvin Trial won’t be truly fair if Black people’s experiences with police aren’t represented. Meanwhile, two jurors were dismissed after they revealed the $27 million dollar settlement for the George Floyd family had swayed their opinions. Samantha HoangLong reports.…
 
Derek Chauvin’s attorneys argued George Floyd had a pattern of behavior with the police. The State argued the defense must be desperate to stoop to such tactics. Judge Cahill said he saw merit in both arguments. Georgia Fort reports저자 Racial Reckoning: The Arc of Justice
 
Several potential jurors have been rejected because they said they were fearful of police or were traumatized by the video that captured George Floyd’s death. Attorney and activist Nekima Levy Armstrong says this is unfairly weighting the jury in Derek Chauvin’s favor. Report by Feven Gerezgiher저자 Racial Reckoning: The Arc of Justice
 
Minnesota Prosecutors push the state appeals court to reinstate a third-degree murder charge against ex-cop Derek Chauvin in the police-custody death of George Floyd. Reporter Georgia Fort has the story.저자 Racial Reckoning: The Arc of Justice
 
Racial Heresy engages with Dr. Robert P. Jones, author of “White Too Long: The Legacy of White Supremacy in American Christianity,” to explore beyond the damning statistics to the future of our faith, trying to find a way to extricate white supremacy from our faith. Beyond Hope White Christian America can, to paraphrase Jones, pass onto our childre…
 
Racial Heresy engages with Dr. Robert P. Jones, author of “White Too Long: The Legacy of White Supremacy in American Christianity,” to explore beyond the damning statistics to the future of our faith, trying to find a way to extricate white supremacy from our faith. Beyond Hope White Christian America can, to paraphrase Jones, pass onto our childre…
 
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