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Pillsbury United Communities (PUC) is undergoing a significant transformation.
Outrage over racial profiling and the killing of African Americans by police officers and vigilantes has given rise to the Black Lives Matter movements and such efforts as the Philando Castile Foundation.
On June 29, the day-long Guns Down Youth Summit returns in response to requests to continue community conversations and work toward healing and end the gun violence in St. Paul.
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.
Sabrina Jones had a problem with eczema and dry, over-sensitive skin. She created her solution and a thriving business: Body Love Products.
The NAACP Minneapolis has called for an apology and additional action from the Hennepin County Sheriff’s office after the arrest of two Black women last month.
The Black Civic Network (BCN) recently hosted Black Family Day to raise awareness of disparities between Black families and their White counterparts.
High blood pressure or hypertension, is known as the silent killer and is prevalent among men.
For years, Glendale Townhomes have served as point of contention for residents who feared gentrification, privatization and the subsequent destruction of Minneapolis’ public housing.