Daunte Wright

A mostly white jury was seated Friday for the trial of a suburban Minneapolis police officer charged in Daunte Wright’s shooting death, and opening statements were scheduled to begin next week.

If a white man can live to see his court date after nearly taking an officer's life, why is it so hard for Black people to experience even the slightest bit of equal humanity for doing far less?

Brooklyn Center authorities released information pertaining to Potter's service file, which could be viewed as an attempt to persuade the public's perception after Potter shot and killed Wright in the midst of a traffic stop on April 11.

Maxine Waters stood with protestors in Minnesota over the weekend, enraging Republicans who accused her of “domestic terrorism” for saying that people should stay in the streets.

Elected officials updated the regional curfew to exempt those traveling to and from prayer.

Several members of Daunte Wright's family spoke out on Tuesday alongside other families who gained national prominence after losing a loved one to state sanctioned violence.

While addressing reporters on Monday, Brooklyn Center Police Chief Tim Gannon said that Wright's death occurred after an officer made an “accidental discharge” from her gun, instead of using her taser.

Outraged Brooklyn Center community members are calling for justice and transparency after another unarmed Black man was shot to death on Sunday, reportedly over air fresheners obstructing a rear view mirror.