New hyperlocal political force emerges in Minnesota, across U.S. (Star Tribune, Minneapolis)

July 24, 2018Minneapolis

Bryce Tache, 48, joined a Diamond Lake neighborhood group that was formed in Minneapolis in early 2017, but he decided last month that he needed to do more to oppose Trump’s policy of separating immigrant families.

Now he protests every night at 6 p.m. at Diamond Lake Road and Portland Avenue. He’s often joined by a couple of dozen other people. “This is just something that connects me with other people who share my values,” Tache said.

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