Most Americans cannot afford to live in progressive coastal epicenters.
Minneapolis has elected Andrea Jenkins to its city council in what advocacy groups say is a national first.
Cops killed both Justine Damond and Charleena Lyles, but the two deaths are different in political and historical terms.
The movement's innovative and committed activism has renewed the struggle for racial justice In 2015, no other progressive cause in the United States came close to its perseverance and creativity The movement's innovative and committed activism has renewed the struggle for racial justice.
The reasons Minneapolis police and city officials cited for breaking up the Black Lives Matter encampment that had formed outside the 4th Precinct station may have been predictable, but protesters were not: Their responses showed they were prepared to be flexible.
One day after the shooting, Minneapolis racial justice campaigners call for a mass march, declaring: "We will not be intimidated."
A damning ACLU report finds "severe," "pervasive" and "systematic" racial disparities in arrests by Minneapolis police.
The FBI has executed several search warrants (aka breaking down people's doors) in Minneapolis and Chicago as part of an investigation into a handful of anti-war protest organizers on allegations of, we kid you not, “activities connected to the material support of terrorism.”