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Minnesota Human Rights investigation finds pattern of racist law enforcement by Minneapolis Police Department.

In a newly released report, the Minnesota Department of Human Rights slammed the city of Minneapolis and its police department for what it described as a “pattern or practice of race discrimination.” The two-year investigation revealed that the police wielded more severe force against Black people, surveilled Black citizens through social media, and frequently used racial slurs.