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[LIVE] Press Conference with Families Supporting Families Against Police Brutality

Mar. 5 – Minneapolis, MN

[LIVE] Rally to Drop the Charges on Amina and the “I-94 646”

Nov. 4 – Minneapolis, MN

[LIVE] Minneapolis: Night After Election Day Protest

Nov. 4 – Minneapolis, MN

[LIVE] DPD descends on Race and Homelessness Vigil

Oct. 14 – Denver, CO

[LIVE] St. Paul, MN: ‘The Secret March: Derek Chauvin Must Be Locked Up’

Oct. 8 – St. Paul, MN

[LIVE] Minneapolis Protests George Floyd Killer Derek Chauvin’s Release On Bail

Oct. 7-8 – Minneapolis, MN (Full story)

[Live] Tent Encampment Residents Speak Out Against Sweeps in Denver

October 5, 2020 – Denver, CO

[Live] #OromoProtests Continue After Ethiopian Govt Targets Opposition

September 25, 2020 – Minneapolis, MN

[Live] Pre-trial court hearings for police charged in George Floyd murder

September 11, 2020 – Minneapolis, MN

[LIVE] Community Gathers to Celebrate Brian Quiñones 1 Year Later

[LIVE] September 7, 2020 — Richfield, MN

George Floyd Uprising in Minneapolis–Saint Paul:

The First Two Weeks

Minneapolis, MN – Waves of rage tore through the Twin Cities community after a video of Minneapolis police officers mercilessly killing George Floyd went viral. Fires were lit across the world as a new movement spread rapidly with the goal of dismantling the police and all other racist institutions.

Since the beginning of the uprising, Unicorn Riot has provided dozens of hours of live streams and coverage documenting the first two weeks after Floyd’s death in the Twin Cities.

Below is a snapshot of the series of events that took place in those two weeks, detailed in chronological order. We preface this summary report by saying it only contains portions of our own original reporting from the first two weeks following Floyd’s death; much more happened during this time period that we did not report on. (Click here to navigate to specific days.) Read More … 


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