Hundreds of young Black men converged at the Minnesota State Capitol to take control of their future.
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Communities must ‘demand transformational change.’
Northsiders Mariam Omari and Kotiareenia Taylor (known as Chef K) have turned catering into a movement.
Homelessness is a ‘totally solvable issue,’ said Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless (MCH) Executive Director Senta Leff.
Mpls North Coach McKenzie has been an integral part of strategies that helped the IAC identify minority contractors…
The descendants of Earnest Lee Boyland from Mason, Tenn. filed a lawsuit in the 1990s alleging that the USDA adhered to discriminatory policies against African American farmers…
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.
Indeed, the questions and obstacles they face can be overwhelming. Will they ever find a job, especially if they lack the skills employers need? What about affordable housing?
The 26-year-old Hamline University graduate, former high school teacher, and current political consultant is running for St. Paul City Council in Ward 1. She wants to build her community up with steady jobs, safe streets, and a welcoming city council and police force.
For decades, Chauntyll Allen has served youth in the classroom as a Saint Paul Public Schools employee. The Rondo native has also worked in the community in youth outreach, where she’s been focused on inspiring youth to choose positive paths in life. After experiencing issues firsthand that she wants to work on and effect change […]