#CopCoverage Campaign Announced
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The People’s Press Project (PPP), a media justice non-profit serving the Fargo-Moorhead area, responded to this community concern by setting up skill trainings with area residents to help them better understand their communication and community journalism rights and best practices. Area residents are invited to participate in the discussion about concerns of police practices and accountability. To that end, the PPP will be holding trainings, webinars, and community response actions in connection with the #CopCoverage campaign that will empower residents to discuss concerns about police interactions, share their stories, and seek remedies together with local law enforcement entities so that together police and community members can shape the face of community policing in the Fargo-Moorhead region.
Updated Story 3 Police pull guns on a 3 year old
The toddler in the vehicle has vivid first memories of her encounter with police, and as you can see from her response to the question, “Did you see the police today?”, she isn’t pleased with the memory. Although just three years old, her earliest memories of police officers will be emblazoned with this early experience of the Fargo Police. Read More—–
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