First Person Plural | The G-Men Cometh: When the FBI Targeted Nuns, AIMsters, Cab Drivers & More

First Person Plural | The G-Men Cometh: When the FBI Targeted Nuns, AIMsters, Cab Drivers & More

*** In the 1970s, throughout the Twin Cities and beyond, the FBI infiltrated activist organizations and disrupted these groups using the grand jury system. The Minnesota Citizens Review Commission on the FBI listened to testimonies from a variety of communities who were being harassed and intimidated by the FBI. The Review Commission’s goal was to educate and inform citizens about the FBI’s tactics and explore what could be done if targeted. KFAI’s Dixie Treichel has more. Listen here: Photos courtesy of the MIGIZI Legacy Radio Archive. This work is funded in part by the Minnesota Humanities Center with money from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund that was created with the vote of the people of Minnesota on November 4, 2008.” Search for more First Person Plural Stories at KFAI.org.