With the surprising news that the Chicago Defender, a storied Black newspaper, has announced it will stop printing newspapers, we ask the question: is print dead or alive?
Finding homeownership resources, tips and programs has grown complicated and overwhelmingly cumbersome for a first-time buyer. That’s where the Minnesota Homeownership Center comes in.
Defend Glendale & Public Housing Coalition wrapped up another protest during the regularly scheduled MPHA meeting held on the last Wednesday of the month.
In part two of the MSR’s conversation with Ilhan Omar, she talk about her work with the Congressional Black Caucus, connecting with Black media and issues directly affecting African and African Americans.
U.S. Rep Ilhan Omar on her rise in notoriety, challenges and what she hopes to accomplish with her heightened platform.
The Philando Castile Foundation gifted $8,000 to Robbinsdale Cooper High School in New Hope to clear lunch debts for more than 300 seniors.
Students at Highland Park Senior High School staged a walkout last week to protest the use of the N-word by a White teacher.
A collective trauma continues to rock communities of color following the murder conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor.
Nearly five decades ago, Dr. John S. Wright helped make history as an antagonist for civil rights and racial equity at the University of Minnesota.
The fair at the Minneapolis Convention Center on April 30 will feature some 30 employers aiming to connect with under-employed talent.