"The system continues to fail black people and will continue to fail you all," said Valerie Castile, Philando's mother.
Minneapolis won't drop its policy that blocks police from reporting immigration violations, and St. Paul's mayor says the president's order doesn't apply to the city. Link
From St. Paul, where close to 100,000 people marched, to Fargo, Bemidji, Duluth, Mankato and tiny Longville, where 66 people gathered, demonstrators in Minnesota took part in women's marches today. http://www.mprnews.org/story/2017/01/21/photos-around-minnesota-women-and-men-march-for-womens-rights Link
We're live from the Women's March starting at St. Paul College. The Latest: http://live.mprnews.org/Event/Donald_Trump_Inauguration_2 Thousands of people here for #WomensMarchMN . "Crowd is easily 5x, maybe 10x, size of yesterday's march in Minneapolis. People still coming," reports MPR's Tim Nelson, FB Live by MPR's Evan Frost.
Gov. Mark Dayton added Minnesota to a group of states that say they'll uphold the emission reduction targets laid out in the Paris climate accord. Link