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Cameras after curfew: @NBCNews  reporter @RonAllenNBC  shares his #ReportersNotebook  on covering the Minnesota protests following #DaunteWright ’s death:

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Reporters covering protests in Minnesota are injured by police and confronted by angry protesters. #MediaWatch 

A producer for CNN who was covering protests against the police killing of Daunte Wright was arrested and asked by a police officer if she speaks English, according to a letter to the governor of Minnesota.

A producer for CNN who was covering protests against the police killing of Daunte Wright was arrested and asked by a police officer if she speaks English, according to a letter to the governor of Minnesota.

Dozens of media outlets say their journalists have been harassed and assaulted by cops in Minnesota while covering protests against police violence.

The CNN producer, an Asian American, alleged that while covering the April 13 protests, she was thrown to the ground, had her hands zip tied before a Minnesota State Patrol trooper later asked her: "Do you speak English?" via @NBCNews 

Minnesota state and local police roughed up and in some cases arrested journalists with press badges covering the protests. Governor apologizes. Are these cops trying to further tarnish their reputation?

"The assault on media across the world and even in our country over the last few years is chilling," said Tim Walz, the governor of Minnesota, responding to reports that the state’s police officers had assaulted journalists covering protests.

"The assault on media across the world and even in our country over the last few years is chilling," said Tim Walz, the governor of Minnesota, responding to reports that the state’s police officers had assaulted journalists covering protests.

Minnesota police promise not to detain, pepper-spray journalists covering protests

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"The assault on media across the world and even in our country over the last few years is chilling," said Tim Walz, the governor of Minnesota, responding to reports that the state’s police officers had assaulted journalists covering protests.

SPJ, @aaja  @NABJ  @naja  and @NAHJ  are outraged over reports on Tuesday that the Minnesota state police threatened to arrest journalists covering the protests if they did not leave. This growing nationwide trend among law enforcement agencies is unacceptable. #PressFreedom 

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Authorities in Minnesota are coming under wholly deserved scrutiny for mistreating members of the media who are covering protests in Brooklyn Center and beyond...

CNN’s Sara Sidner Gets Candid Talking About Covering Minnesota Protests: ‘I’m Not Leaving, This Is My Job’

"I'M NOT FIGHTING": Tom Aviles, an award-winning photographer with CBS Minnesota, was arrested and struck by a rubber bullet while covering protests in Minneapolis.

We're in court with @ACLUMN  to defend our press freedoms after journalists were violently attacked by Minnesota police while covering protests.

Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz apologized Friday and took responsibility for the arrest of a CNN crew that was covering the protests over the death of George Floyd, saying there was "absolutely no reason something like this should happen."

Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz takes responsibility for the arrest of a CNN crew that was covering the protests over the death of George Floyd. Follow live updates:

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"I'm not fighting": Tom Aviles, an award-winning photographer with CBS Minnesota, was arrested and struck by a rubber bullet while covering protests in Minneapolis

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