A look at Friday's paper: –'Were losing too many brothers': Daunte Wright, 20, was mourned by hundreds Thursday in Minnesota. –Bipartisan anti-hate bill passes US Senate: Legislation is a 'powerful message' after the recent attacks on Asian Americans.
Daunte Wright was not "just some kid with an air freshener," but a "prince" whose life ended too soon at the hands of police, the Rev. Al Sharpton said Thursday during an emotional funeral.
Two days after the streets of Minneapolis were filled with people celebrating the conviction of a police officer for the murder of George Floyd, the city returned to a period of mourning on Thursday for the funeral of Daunte Wright.
UPDATE: On Wednesday, Popular Information reported on the corporate clients of Porter Wright, a prominent law firm helping Trump try to undermine democracy in court Late Thursday, Porter Wright announced it would no longer represent the Trump campaign