Letter to the Editor
It is our duty to work together to help nations around the world battle this health crisis for a better future on an international scale.
We do not need the police to serve as a potentially threatening and unhelpful middle man.
Having the names of these men honored by our great state University must be addressed again – and changed once and for all.
I wish I could do something to stop these injustices that happen in my own country.
Arresting and prosecuting those who see chaos as an opportunity to loot and destroy private property is one thing. In this case, however, the federal government is also being opportunistic, expanding powers at the very moment where checking overreach is essential.
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.