Minneapolis community fills sidewalk with groceries after riots destroy stores

Members of the community loaded up their cars, trucks, vans, and in one case even a U-Haul, to bring groceries to a Minneapolis neighborhood after riots destroyed stores and shops in the area.

Sanford Middle School became a collection site on Sunday for groceries for families living in the area of the Third Precinct.

The police station was the center of heated protest that turned to riots on Wednesday and Thursday. Stores in the area, particularly Target, were hit by looters and people looking to cause trouble.

Organizers say there were looking for just 84 bags. It’s clear they got much more.

The bags were made available for families and will be distributed the food banks, organizers said.

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