The expanded remix of MPD150’s report “Enough Is Enough: A 150-Year Performance Review of the Minneapolis Police Department.”
The report has gone from 35 pages to 140, including the original history/community performance review of MPD, plus handouts, zines, comics, educator tools, poetry, an oral history of the project, and more; it’s meant to be a toolkit for people, both here in Minneapolis and beyond, to keep pushing. Also, a reminder that the entire report is available as a free PDF.
We use a pay what you can model. Giving $5 or more per copy, if you’re able, will allow us to get the report for free to more people. That being said, we also want the reports to be as accessible as possible, so a payment of $0 is also great. We do ask, however, that folks pay shipping (actual shipping cost is generated at checkout).
FOR PEOPLE IN THE TWIN CITIES AREA: You can avoid shipping costs by stopping by Ricardo Levins Morales Art Studio (3260 Minnehaha in Minneapolis) to pick up a copy; no need to fill out the order form. Currently, the pickup windows are Wednesdays 12-3pm, Thursdays 12-3pm, and Saturdays 10-1pm.
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Inside the Expanded Edition:
The Enough Is Enough Report (originally published in 2017)
Expanded Edition Resources
“Community Policing and Other Fairy Tales” Comic Book: p.86
An Oral History of the MPD150 Project: p.128