Justice for Amir Locke

On the morning of February 2, Amir Locke peacefully slept while wrapped in a blanket on a couch, completely unaware that Minneapolis police officers quietly stood outside his door. While serving a "no-knock" search warrant, one officer quietly slid a key into the apartment's lock. After gently opening the door, the officers rapidly stormed into … Continue reading Justice for Amir Locke

Housing Equity I

Minnesota has one of the worst housing gaps between Black and white people in the United States. While white people have been able to purchase homes and perpetuate generational wealth, BIPOC communities have been systematically discriminated against with regards to homeownership. Low homeownership and further unstable housing negatively influences physical health, mental health, school performance, and crime rates/incarceration. … Continue reading Housing Equity I