February 2019 will mark Lisa Fredell’s 28th year as a shoe shiner in downtown Minneapolis. In 2001, after working at a stand for 10 years, Fredell jumped on the opportunity of a lifetime to buy her own stand from her boss.
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The nine-day group excursion pays homage to the 400th anniversary of when enslaved Africans first arrived in the U.S.
The National NAACP is working with both chapters to create an Economic Inclusion Plan addressing equity gaps, including criminal and economic injustice and education.
The Minnesota senator talks invisible victims of gov’t shutdown, systemic barriers against Blacks and gearing up for 2020 elections.
The CNN anchor took a victory lap for Black achievement at the 29th annual event.
This is not how American democracy is supposed to work.
Ending weeks of speculation, the California senator confirmed her 2020 presidential bid on MLK day.
Here’s how to watch a live broadcast of the sold-out affair.
Family claims more suspects after Sid Strickland-Green found guilty of unintentional second-degree murder.
A large deterrent to continued progress is propaganda painting King as a sweet guy with a catchy speech device (dreams are nice) instead of as a skilled and calculating social philosopher torquing deep-rooted gears of American governance and culture to rapidly bring attention to the urgent matters of poverty, racism and war.