Love, History, Hope
In the wake of George Floyd’s killing, three black Twin Cities authors look to the past, to their families and to the community as they make a plea for change.
Jump to Michael Kleber Diggs Junauda Petrus-Nasah Shannon Gibney
Names of people, who activists say died as a result of racial injustice, were painted on Chicago Avenue in south Minneapolis near the site of George Floyd's death in police custody. The memorial for George Floyd outside Cup Foods, where Floyd was killed last Monday night in the custody of Minneapolis Police photographed on June 2, 2020. Photo by Aaron Lavinsky.