Jeremiah Ellison

artist organizer

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Jeremiah Ellison is a visual artist and political organizer. He is a candidate for Minneapolis City Council to represent the residents of Ward 5. He is the son of Congressman Keith Ellison.

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 Police have shot and killed 23 unarmed people already this year. If that rate continues, the death toll will be higher than last year's total of 48. In both years,…

Amid increased police brutality, Black Lives Matter changes tactics

Photo by Ella Police have shot and killed 23 unarmed people already this year. If that rate continues, the death toll will be higher than last year's total of 48. In both years,…

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