Branden Johnson has been on a healing mission since his former days in the NBA Development League. He was first introduced to cryotherapy, a form of medical therapy, after NBA greats Jason Kidd and Jason Terry suggested he try it out.
Shoppers can still take delight in the more than 20 small Black-owned businesses at Gaviidae Common in downtown Minneapolis.
According to Taquisha Jallah, owner of Bladed by Hair Love, a set of well-groomed eyebrows can also give you a confidence boost.
Renown therapist Resmaa Menakem has just launched a free online series empowering individuals and communities to address and heal from race-based trauma.
Communities must ‘demand transformational change.’
Northsiders Mariam Omari and Kotiareenia Taylor (known as Chef K) have turned catering into a movement.
For the past decade or so, Teto Wilson’s barbershop has served as a Northside staple for not just a good haircut, but also as a place for gathering, good times, and even accessing community resources.
Provided by the Bush Foundation, Fellows receive upwards of $100,000 over a one- to two-year period to further develop their leadership skills.
The MSR chatted it up with Allen at a local pop-up to find out more about the inspiration behind her business.
As the first student of color organization in the state’s oldest college, Hamline’s Black Student Collective (BSC) has served to empower some of the state’s most prolific Black leaders and activists — including Juanita C. Freeman, Washington County’s first Black judge, and Anika Bowie, vice president of NAACP Minneapolis and current candidate for St. Paul […]