Sun, Jul 10|
Windom Northeast Recreation Center
NE MPLS - Shaping a Consent Decree: Addressing Race-Based Policing in Minneapolis
Folks living in Northeast Minneapolis, join us for a facilitated engagement session hosted by the MNJRC to gather ideas from community members on what should be included in a consent decree to address race-based policing in Minneapolis. Food will be provided.
Time & Location
Jul 10, 2022, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Windom Northeast Recreation Center, 2251 Hayes St NE, Minneapolis, MN 55418
About the event
The Minnesota Justice Research Center is partnering with the Minnesota Department of Human Rights to conduct community engagement sessions to gather ideas from community members on what should be included in a consent decree to address race-based policing in Minneapolis.
The recent release of the Minnesota Department of Human Rights’ findings of racial discrimination by the Minneapolis Police Department (MPD) and the City of Minneapolis has shed light on the harmful patterns and practices of the MPD. To community members, much of this information is not surprising. However, these findings present an opportunity for meaningful change to occur through the negotiation of a consent decree with the City. We want to hear from you.
Our collective work is to engage a diverse and vast group of community members in Minneapolis directly and gather as much feedback and ideas as possible to help shape a consent decree. We want to know how community members would like to see their values and selves integrated into the agreement and how they are thinking about changes to policing culture and practices.
Join us for a community engagement session for food and dialogue.
What is a consent decree?
Check out this brief video - https://youtu.be/2nhqG-Ds_ZU
For more information on the investigation, visit mn.gov/mdhr/mpd
We are excited to connect with you. We couldn’t do this work without you.
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