The Heart of the Uprising in Minneapolis, by Luke Mogelson — Rise Up Times

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Lengthy, detailed, UNBIASED reporting on Minneapolis over a period of time, from the first riots at ground zero to at least June 7.  If you want the nitty gritty from a journalist who was there, this is one to read.

 

“It’s not just about George Floyd,” she told me. “It’s about all the unseen shit, where we don’t have the video.”

via The Heart of the Uprising in Minneapolis, by Luke Mogelson — Rise Up Times

6 Comments Add yours

  1. That was a good article, I felt I was learning things, but I gave up after about 10 minutes – my reader said it was a 60-minute post.

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    1. msjadeli says:

      It did take me awhile to read it. I know it’s a long feature but worth getting the whole story.

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  2. hanspostcard says:

    Unbiased? I don’t know if Unbiased reporting exists or ever did!

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    1. msjadeli says:

      Well, it is way more unbiased than the usual reporting of such things. The journalist reports what is being seen and heard. Of course they might be leaving parts out, but I don’t think so. This is also told from basically a non-law enforcement perspective for the most part except as what was observed and experienced by the reporter.

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      1. hanspostcard says:

        I wasn’t criticizing the reporting as much as just commenting on unbiased reporting- is pretty hard to come by- now or ever. Nothing wrong with striving for it though.

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        1. msjadeli says:

          I hear you, Hans. If you get a chance to read the article, I’d be interested in hearing your thoughts on it.
          On another subject, I went to the library today and used curbside. It went very smoothly. Nice to see one of the librarians after months!

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