Reflection on Race in Minnesota

At 9:35 a.m. on a sunny Minneapolis morning, Bao Phi is on his way to drop his daughter off at daycare. Knowing that they are running late, Bao rolls through a stop sign without waiting the designated 3 seconds, and is stopped by a police officer who approaches the car with his hand already on his pistol. Bao describes the horror of seeing a police officer approach him, ready to fire for a minor offense: “I wonder what the officers thought I could have been doing [..] with my four-year old daughter in the booster seat, that would warrant them needing their guns.” Read the full story.

Congregation/Community: 
Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, St. Paul Province
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Jenna Bendel
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Communications Content Strategist
Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet & Consociates
jbendel@csjstpaul.org
Office: 651-690-7070