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ABOUT
BIKERS RIDING AGAINST POLICE BRUTALITY

Bikers Riding Against Police Brutality (BRAPB) exists to advance social justice surrounding Minnesota communities.

MISSION & HISTORY.

BRAPB formed just days after the murder of George Floyd, the tragedy that happened right in our community, that horrific 8 minute and 46 second video that the whole world watched. As many of us locals know, the Minneapolis Police Department has a history of police brutality and racial profiling. George Floyd was not first black or brown person murdered at the hands of MPD, nor was he the last. But thanks to a brave teenager, Darnella Frazier, this time there was proof.  

 

Bikers Riding Against Police Brutality (BRAPB) exists to advance social justice within the Minneapolis and surrounding Minnesota communities. Our bikers represent all the communities in Minnesota from Native American to African American, from European American to Middle Eastern, and from Asian American to Mexican American and Latino. Our diversity extends into the machines that we ride, from Sport Bikes to Harley’s and everything in between. We hope to serve as a model for racial prosperity in the United States. We desire to raise our fists for Minneapolis and Minnesota not only with our physical presence, but with our community service. If you are a local organization looking for extra volunteer help, do not be afraid to reach out to us. We are always willing to lend a helping hand. We do not condone unsafe riding or violence. Our intentions remain clear to the state of Minnesota: Hear Our Voices, Hear Our Engines, See Our Raised Fists, and Make a Change.

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IN ACTION.

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