Fiercely independent, Prager's opinions, intellect, and integrity have influenced millions of lives through books, lectures, and broadcasts. Paul, according to his girlfriend, who video-streamed the shooting's bloody aftermath on Facebook. The shooting came eight months after police fatally shot 24-year-old Jamar Clark in Minneapolis during what authorities said was an altercation with police."I do not have faith in our justice system," Nekima Levy-Pounds, head of the Minneapolis NAACP, told protesters last week while reflecting on Clark's case. Paul late Saturday, resulting in dozens of arrests.Clark's death drew Minnesota into the national debate over police-involved deaths of young black men. Soon after, lawmakers designated $35 million for job training, investment funds and other programs targeting impoverished black residents in Minnesota, where African Americans make up just 6 percent of residents but are four times as likely to be unemployed as whites.The problems are starkest in Minneapolis' largely minority north side, where Clark was killed.
It was the site of race riots in 1967, when protesters burned down businesses before the National Guard restored order.A census report last year showed that black household incomes in Minnesota declined to $27,000 in 2014, compared with almost $65,000 for whites.


More than 1 in 3 black Minnesota residents live in poverty, three times higher than whites.Sen. Jeff Hayden — one of Minnesota's three black legislators — said the funding approved this year was a critical step toward progress.
Hayden said he understands the feeling of police bias against black residents that has permeated protests following Clark's and Castile's deaths."When I learned how to cross the street, not too long after that, my mother taught me how to deal with police when they stop you," the Minneapolis Democrat said.
Anthony Newby, head of the north Minneapolis organizing group Neighborhoods Organizing for Change, pointed to Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman's decision to stop using grand juries in cases of officer-involved deaths.
Newby, who also is black, said the decision was a landmark moment, noting that protesters had complained that the secret panels too often exonerated officers.Newby also said Democratic Gov. Dayton said last week he wanted to get input from people "on the front lines," because change couldn't be a top-down approach.Thomas Kelly, an attorney for the officer who shot Castile, said Castile was pulled over because the officer considered him a "possible match" for the description of a suspect in a recent robbery in the area.


Kelly also said the officer was responding to Castile's gun, not his race.Castile, who had no felony record, told the officers he had a gun and a permit to carry it, according to his girlfriend, Diamond Reynolds. She later told reporters that Castile had the firearm in a holster.Hayden and Newby said the key next step was to improve police training and the interactions between residents and officers in minority neighborhoods. Hayden added that Reynolds' decision to use Facebook Live could be pivotal.Video of Clark's fatal run-in with police proved inconclusive.



Making money from home scams 7000
Affirmations about work
Need to make money the song 2014
Osrs money making with fletching