Letter to the editor published August 26, 2020 in the StarTribune

It’s time to turn to solutions that are proven to actually stop crime in an equitable way for everyone, no matter our skin color or income level… We need our leaders to make the decision to fund our lives, now.

Tiffany Bridges, ISAIAH Barbershops and Black Congregation Cooperative (BBCC) leader

Letter to the editor published August 28, 2020 in the Southwest Journal

All Minneapolitans deserve to have a say in what safety in our community looks like… We are ready for change and must come together to guarantee that we amend the charter in 2021 and create community-based public safety solutions.

Rachel Durkee, ISAIAH leader