As an Editorial Board, we have found information that hopefully encourages safer protesting, tips to protect your identity and additional resources for those unable to join the front lines.
I ask you police officers of Minneapolis, is this the society you are welcoming your 2020 high school graduates to?
It is time for reform and peaceful protest.
As Ahmadi Muslims, we encourage policymakers and the leaders of our country to swiftly and sensibly implement laws and policies which will proactively protect the lives and welfare of all people, irrespective of their color, creed or nationality.
We must hold on to the memory of the modern-day lynching of George Floyd.
To charge Chauvin with third-degree murder is an insult to the people of Minneapolis.
Each year, tobacco kills eight million people globally. Almost a half-million of those deaths are in the U.S.
Cops are a product in the protection business, just as Hasbro Easy-Bake Ovens are a product in the toy business.
If Chauvin is racist and Floyd suffers for it, it’s Chauvin's problem to fix, not Floyd's. So much of white America is racist, and all of Black America suffers for it; we know whose behavior has to change. The truth is so ugly that we don’t want to face it.
The last few months have been historic by every measure, and the constant issue of workers’ rights has been no exception.
On May 25, George Floyd was killed after an encounter with police officers in Minneapolis. Floyd was an African-American man who had the Minneapolis Police Department called on him when he allegedly tried to use forged documents at a corner store in Saint Paul. According to the officers, he appeared to be intoxicated.
Will cell phone tracking extend beyond the COVID-19 pandemic? Will we continue to use trackers to identify geographic areas for other, less deadly illnesses and diseases, like the flu and lice?
President Gabel is a prime example of why strong leadership is important, whether or not we are facing a novel virus.
For the fourth presidential election in a row, former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura is “testing the waters” for a potential presidential bid.
Although a global virus was something most of us didn’t see coming, getting ghosted by Tinder boys could’ve been seen from yards away, regardless of stay-at-home orders.
If the market can’t withstand our population not making rent for a month or two during this crisis, then maybe it's not worth bailing out.
According to some polls, more than 10% of people have ended friendships over political differences.
Staying informed is difficult, but it is paramount in grappling with our current reality.
Community-based programs can minimize food deserts and food swamps.