A Kenosha Church’s “Black Lives Matter” Sign Burned Down, But That’s Not Stopping them

The “Black Lives Matter” sign owned by the church where Rev. Eric Carlson preaches completely burned down — and the church building itself only narrowly escaped damage. But Carlson is quick to tell people that he’s not worried about property, but about people — and how Kenosha is processing the police shooting of Jacob Blake, as well as the death of two protesters.

“The faith community winds up being kind of the trauma ministry,” he said to VICE News, “the social response when the government is failing.” But when President Trump decided to visit, part of the city braced itself for conflict. Others decided to focus elsewhere.

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Governor: ‘No regrets’ on Kenosha shooting response

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers says he has “no regrets” about how the state responded to protests that broke out in Kenosha following the police shooting of Jacob Blake. (Sept. 9)

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Blake’s father: My son is optimistic about future

The father of Jacob Blake says his “happy-go-lucky” son is optimistic for his future, though he remains paralyzed from the waist down after being shot seven times by a Kenosha, Wis., police officer. The elder Blake spoke to The AP on Friday. (Sept. 4)

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Here’s the latest about Friday September 4th: Trump denies making disparaging comments about U.S. war dead; Biden visits Kenosha; Authorities kill man suspected of shooting dead supporter of right-wing group; Car drives through Times Square protesters.

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Biden says he spoke by phone to Jacob Blake, black man shot by police | AFP

Joe Biden says he spoke by telephone with Jacob Blake, the black man gravely wounded when a white policeman shot him repeatedly in the back in Wisconsin. “He talked about how nothing was going to defeat him, how whether he walked again or not, he was not going to give up,” Biden tells a community meeting at a church in Kenosha.

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Biden meets Blake family, holds Kenosha discussion

After meeting privately with the family of Jacob Blake, the Black man who was recently shot by a white police officer, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden listened to Kenosha residents voice their concerns. (Sept. 3)

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Here are the top stories for Thursday, Sept. 3rd: Biden arrives in Wisconsin for Kenosha visit; SpaceX launches Starlink satellites into orbit; Clashes in Nepal as festival-goers defy lockdown; Bodies of 5 children found in Germany apartment (Sept. 3)

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Here’s the latest for Thursday September 3rd: Biden going to Kenosha, Wisconsin; Trump suggests voting twice; Typhoon hits South Korea; Baseball Hall-of-Famer Tom Seaver dead at 75.

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Trump: Systemic racism in policing not a problem

President Donald Trump says he doesn’t believe there’s a problem with systemic racism in policing as he wraps up a tour in Kenosha, Wisconsin. He toured damage there that occured after the police shooting of Jacob Black, who is Black. (Sept. 1)

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Here are the top stories for Tuesday, Sep. 1st: Trump visits Kenosha; NYC delays start of school; Protesters detained in Minsk; Draq queen delivery in San Francisco.

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Trump calls Kenosha violence ‘domestic terrorism’

President Donald Trump stood at the epicenter of the latest eruption over racial injustice Tuesday and came down squarely on the side of law enforcement, blaming “domestic terror” for the violence in Kenosha, Wisconsin. (Sept. 1)

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Trump wades into racial tensions in Kenosha

President Donald Trump dove into the latest eruption in the nation’s reckoning over racial injustice on Tuesday, visiting the “destruction” left by rioters in Kenosha, Wisconsin, and declaring it was enabled by Democratic leaders. (Sept. 1)

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Trump’s Kenosha visit wades into racial tensions

President Donald Trump is diving into the latest eruption in the nation’s reckoning over racial injustice with a trip Tuesday to Kenosha, Wisconsin, over the objections of local leaders. (Sept. 1)

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Reverend Jesse Jackson joins protest in Kenosha on day of Trump visit | AFP

Protesters gather as Jacob Blake’s uncle and the Reverend Jesse Jackson speak ahead of US President Donald Trump’s uninvited visit to Kenosha, Wisconsin to push a law and order message in the city at the center of demonstrations against racism and police brutality.

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Trump won’t meet with Blake’s family on Wis. trip

President Donald Trump will travel to Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Tuesday, but he will not be meeting with family of Jacob Blake, the 29-year-old Black man who was recently paralyzed in a police shooting there. (Aug. 31)

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Trump won’t condemn Kenosha shooting suspect

President Donald Trump refused to condemn the shooting of two people during recent unrest in Wisconsin, saying the gunman “probably would have been killed.” Trump also addressed claims that supporters of his in Portland were themselves being violent. (Aug. 31)

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Here are the top stories for Monday, August 31st: Trump won’t meet with Jacob Blake family during Kenosha visit; Biden says Trump foments division; First flight from Israel to UAE; Detroit holds COVID-19 victims caravan

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Kenosha mayor urges Trump to visit another time

Kenosha Mayor John Antaramian is asking for President Donald Trump to pick another time to visit. He said the city, rocked by protests, deaths and damage, “needs peace and needs to heal.” (Aug. 31)

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WH: Trump, Blake family not set to meet in Kenosha

The White House says President Donald Trump does not have plans at this point to visit with the family of Jacob Blake when he visits Kenosha, Wisconsin on Tuesday. (Aug. 31)

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March in Kenosha, Wisconsin over police shooting | AFP

Anti-racism protesters march in Kenosha, Wisconsin, over the shooting of a Black man, Jacob Blake, who was shot seven times in the back by a police officer. Two people were killed by a 17-year-old police admirer on Tuesday during nights of violence.

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Killed Kenosha protester’s partner: He was a hero

The two men killed and a third wounded in Kenosha all directly engaged with the accused 17-year-old gunman. Anthony Huber, who died after running toward the shooter in an attempt to disarm him, is remembered as an avid skateboarder and hero. (Aug. 28)

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Here are the top stories for Friday, Aug. 28th: Thousands demonstrate against police violence; Louisiana reels after Hurricane Laura; Extradition hearing delayed for accused Kenosha shooter; Trump grants full pardon to Alice Marie Johnson.

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