PHOTOS | O’nika’s Angels continues to do good in the neighborhood

Amid all that we have seen in the past few months with COVID-19 and the high rates of crime afflicting the City of Minneapolis, O’nika’s Angels nonprofit continues to shine a light in the community.

On Saturday, July 31, over 300 people came out to O’nika’s Angels’ free, inaugural BBQ, including Charles McMillian, one of the last people to speak to George Floyd alive, and a key witness in the Derek Chauvin murder trial. McMillian stopped by for a plate before heading back to work.

“Thank all of you that stopped by to volunteer, BBQ, or to say hello or donate,” said Onika Nicole Craven, founder of the nonprofit. “And a special thank you to Mr. Steve Johnson of Cub Foods for letting us use his property. It was a very successful day!”

See photos of the festivities above, courtesy of O’nika’s Angels.