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Three hurt in shooting in New York's Times Square - Emergencies

Police Commissioner Dermot Shea told reporters those injured in the shooting were passers-by
NEW YORK, May 9. /TASS/. At least three people were injured in a shooting in New York’s Times Square, NBC TV channel reported citing police.
According to the law enforcement agencies, two women and a child were hurt and were rushed to a hospital. Their wounds are not life-threatening.
Police Commissioner Dermot Shea told reporters those injured in the shooting were passers-by, who had not been involved in the initial dispute.
The incident occurred after 5 p.m. EST. According to police, a 23-year-old woman from Rhode Island, who came to New York for the first time, a 43-year-old woman from New Jersey and a four-year-old girl from Brooklyn were injured. The girl is undergoing surgery now.

Three Shot In Times Square Including Four-Year-Old Girl

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by Tyler Durden
New York's Times Square was temporarily cordoned off on Saturday after
at least three people were injured in a shooting, according to
Earlier today, 3 people were shot in @TimesSquareNYC, including a 4-year-old child.
Help your @NYPDDetectives identify the man pictured below — they want to talk him about the incident.
The victims, a four-year-old girl, a 23-year-old and a 43-year-old received non-fatal wounds after one of four men involved in an altercation drew a gun around 5 p.m. and opened fire. All of the victims were bystanders, while the little girl underwent surgery and is expected to survive.

Biden's 'decision for humankind'

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Biden’s ’decision for humankind’
It was not hard to look like a shining star after four years of former US president Donald Trump, but President Joe Biden has exceeded expectations in his first 100 days.
The official 100th day in office was April 30, but one of Biden’s most impressive decisions was announced just five days later – one that matters to South Africa and the developing world.
On Wednesday, the Biden administration announced that it was in support of waiving intellectual property protections for Covid-19 vaccines, which was a breakthrough for international efforts to suspend patent rules.
With the pandemic raging in India and Latin-America, and a third wave expected in our own country, the decision has the potential to be lifesaving for many. South Africa and India have been pushing for a temporary waiver of intellectual property rights, so that countries can address the pandemic, and vaccines can be made a public good.

Brooklyn Center City Council hears resolution on policing changes

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Brooklyn Center City Council hears resolution on policing changes
BROOKLYN PARK, Minn. (FOX 9) - Sunday marks one month since the shooting death of Daunte Wright, and now the city of Brooklyn Center is looking to change policing in the city.
A resolution presented Saturday would create multiple new public safety and crime prevention departments and committees. The resolution, laid out by the mayor, is named after Daunte Wright and Kobe Dimock-Heisler, both killed by Brooklyn Center police officers.
Brooklyn Center City Council hears resolution pushing for changes to policing
The Brooklyn Center City Council heard a resolution that is pushing for changes to policing following the death of Daunte Wright.

How mothers in America have turned their grief and despair into political action

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How mothers in America have turned their grief and despair into political action
Mother’s Day is the opportune moment to acknowledge the vital role mothers play in leading political change.
Mothers have been one of the most powerful political groups in the United States.Olivia Waller / for MSNBC
May 9, 2021, 12:56 PM UTC
On April 26, a group of mothers gathered in Chicago, Illinois to hold a vigil for families who have lost loved ones to police violence in the city. These women — including Dorothy Holmes, the mother of Ronald Johnson, who was shot and killed by Chicago Police in 2014 — demanded police accountability. The women pointed out the string of violations by the Chicago Police Department and called to defund the police.

How a mother's love — and grief — can transform American politics

How a mother's love — and grief — can transform American politics
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Keisha N. Blain
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Illustration of diverse women, both young and old and holding children, in protest with signs and bullhorns.
On April 26, a group of mothers gathered in Chicago, Illinois to hold a vigil for families who have lost loved ones to police violence in the city. These women — including Dorothy Holmes, the mother of Ronald Johnson, who was shot and killed by Chicago Police in 2014 — demanded police accountability. The women pointed out the string of violations by the Chicago Police Department and called to defund the police.

How mothers became one of the most powerful political groups in America

Mother’s Day is the opportune moment to acknowledge the vital role mothers play in leading political change.

Minnesota House advances police reform; unclear fate in Senate

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(The Center Square) – The Minnesota House Thursday advanced police accountability reforms that might face a battle in the GOP-dominated Senate.
House File (HF) 2539 seeks to provide an alternative to warrants requiring police officers to take a person into custody if they have missed a court date for certain low-level offenses.
The bill aims to establish a "sign and release warrant," which applies when a police officer discovers a person who has missed a court date and subsequently asks the person to sign a citation describing the need to appear in court and then let the person go.
The bill was prompted by lethal interactions with police during routine traffic stops, such as occurred with the death of Daunte Wright last month and Philando Castile in 2016.

The vexing complexity of racist politics

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Shelley Walia
Professor Emeritus, Department of English, Panjab University
Derek Chauvin, a former American police officer, was recently convicted of unintentional second-degree murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter for the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis last year. Though the verdict received an earsplitting response that resounded across the world, this is not the end of long-ingrained racism in America, even as Chauvin has now sought a new trial.
The shooting of 21-year-old Daunte Wright in the same week as the trial has made many skeptical of any radical change in the mindset of the overzealous police force that is habitual of using pepper spray, tear gas, and rubber bullets at the smallest of provocations. Attacks on mediapersons are common. Chicago recently saw the shooting of Laquan McDonald in the back and the video conveniently disappeared; in North Charleston, we saw on video a police officer shoot Walter Scott in the back, and a Taser, a non-lethal electroshock weapon, dropped near his body to imply theft. All cases ended in a mistrial.

Police-Overhaul Efforts Draws Bipartisan Agreement on Key Issues

I don't subscribe and there was no paywall from this link. Here is approx. the 1st half in case that changes. My highlighting to emphasize who is involved with the bill, it's not your usual bipartisan peeps:
Negotiators reach compromise on military equipment, no-knock warrants and chokeholds; differences remain on prosecution and liability of individual police officers. Photo caption
: An armored vehicle was used by police during protests in Brooklyn Center, Minn., last month following the fatal shooting of Daunte Wright by a police officer.
Eliza Collins Updated May 7, 2021 11:43 pm ET
WASHINGTON—Democratic and Republican staff in Congress are drafting language for possible police-overhaul legislation that would limit the transfer of some military equipment to local departments, ban police use of chokeholds except in life-threatening situations and set federal standards for so-called no-knock warrants, according to people familiar with the talks.

Minnesota Mayor States: 'Gassing is not a Human Way of Policing' Demonstrators

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After the fatal police shooting of a Black man in Minnesota last week, people have taken to the streets to protest the killing of another unarmed Black man by a white police officer. In response to the daily protests taking place in Brooklyn Center, a Minneapolis suburb, police officers have driven away protestors with rubber bullets, flash-bangs, and tear gas grenades, pepper spray, and paintballs. According to
The Associated Press, these tactics are not sitting well with elected officials, specifically the mayor of Brooklyn Center.
Police authorities have stated that Daunte Wright was pulled over for having expired tags, but found out after running his license that he had an outstanding warrant. His warrant was for failing to appear in court as he was charged with fleeing from police officers and possessing a gun without a permit during an incident last June. As they tried to arrest him, a struggle ensued and former Minnesota police officer Kim Potter shot and killed Wright, claiming she’d mistaken her firearm for a taser.

Students protest for justice, adults should listen

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Students protest for justice, adults should listen
Linda Larson
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On April 19, Minnesota middle school and high school students peacefully protested racial injustice by walking out of school. We, the older adults, should listen to them.  
Our United States Constitution gives citizens the right to protest peacefully and speak out. Even so, walking out of class takes bravery because students risk their education and immediate futures to make their voices heard. In fact, some students at Cretin-Derham Hall High School in St. Paul were suspended.
Their actions show how young people are leading the change for a more just Minnesota. 

Brooklyn Center mayor unveils police reform plan

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The plan's details and costs would be worked out by a committee of citizens and experts, with a meeting later Saturday afternoon.

Opinion: Police Violence Must End • UNC Mirror

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Photo by Kendrick Trujillo
Gun violence is an issue that’s been circulating in the media and in the lives of many individuals recently in the United States. In Colorado, ten people were killed in a mass shooting at a King Soopers in Boulder March 22.
The gun violence archive lists 143 cases of gun violence in 2021. These cases vary in impact, from injuries or death in individuals or multiple individuals.
Police officers have the ability to use their guns in extreme scenarios. Lately there has been public outrage in reaction to misconduct and misuse of weapons and force by police officers in the United States.

Detroit Chief James Craig to challenge Gov. Whitmer in 2022, reports say

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MICHIGAN -- Detroit Police Chief James Craig will reportedly challenge Michigan Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in the state’s 2022 gubernatorial race, according to reports.Craig is expected to announce his retirement from the police department Monday and will detail his plans in a subsequent p

Unarmed traffic stops part of Brooklyn Center mayor's police reform plan

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The plan's details and costs would be worked out by a committee of citizens and experts, with a meeting later Saturday afternoon.

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