'It was very discouraging': Winnipeg skateboard community looking for new indoor park following alleged LGBTQ2S+ discrimination

Maddy Nowosad is part of a group looking to create a new indoor skateboard facility in Winnipeg, alleging the current indoor skatepark in Winnipeg has discrimintory policies against 2SLGBTQ+ skaters. (Photo courtesy: Morgan McLachlan) Maddy Nowosad is part of a group looking to create a new indoor skateboard facility in Winnipeg, alleging the current indoor skatepark in Winnipeg has discrimintory policies against 2SLGBTQ+ skaters. (Photo courtesy: Morgan McLachlan)

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Memphis braces for release of video in Tyre Nichols' arrest

Authorities announced the Friday release of police video depicting five officers beating a Black man whose death prompted murder charges against them and provoked outrage at the country's latest instance of police brutality. Family members of Tyre Nichols pleaded for any protests to remain peaceful.