(Minnesota Public Radio) A Minneapolis City Council member is facing criticism for posting correspondence with city residents she disagreed with on social media. The images she posted, and later deleted, included contact information such as addresses and phone numbers.
Ward 9 Council Member Alondra Cano participated in Wednesday's Black Lives Matter protest at the Mall of America. Some Minneapolis residents wrote to her through the city's email system to express opposition to her involvement in the protest.
Cano posted images of at least four residents' comments on her public Twitter page during the afternoon. The images included the residents' full names and contact information that included addresses, phone numbers or emails.
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