Hailu Mergia is bringing his sound to the Twin Cities with a live performance at the Cedar Cultural Center presented by the Cedar and the Walker Art Center. We spoke to the legendary musician in advance of his Oct. 26 performance.
“Yes, a live donor would be more beneficial for me right now. There’s a better chance of the kidney lasting longer with a live donor… Long-term use of dialysis wears your body down, and the only way to get off dialysis is to get a donor.”
The march and rally, hosted by CTLU, Navigate MN, Black Immigrant Collective, MIRAC, and other community organizations, were planned as part of nationwide a “Families Belong Together” day of action — a response to the Trump administration’s policy of separating children from their parents at the southern border.
“So covenants, when combined with redlining, create this really, really nasty one-two punch. Covenants are ensuring that for large sections of the city, it’s illegal for you to live there if you’re Black. Redlining is ensuring that in other large sections of the city, it is impossible for you to get a mortgage if you want to purchase a home there.”
Dennis Green’s Ring of Honor induction will take place during a halftime ceremony at the Vikings game against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, September 23, at U.S. Bank Stadium.
Minneapolis-based choral organization VocalEssence has recently unveiled the musical offerings for its jubilee 50th season.
If you’re looking for a fun thriller, Breaking In should hit the spot – just enjoy the ride and don’t ask a lot of questions.
“Everyone deserves healthy food where they live or where they can get to it.” That’s the basic idea behind Fare For All (FFA), according to Scott Weatherhead, the nonprofit’s program manager.