“Yes, there are Black people in rural Minnesota… We’re parents, teachers, educators, nurses, labor workers.”
“My goal is to continue to be a part of leadership so that my voice – and the voice of my community – is part of the decision-making process in order to bring more equitable support to district 65A,” said Moran. “What keeps me up is working hard to make sure people know how politics impacts their lives. We have to use the power we have in our vote and our voice.”
Governor Dayton has vetoed a bill increasing penalties for protesters that block freeway or mass transit.
As a long time observer of the MPRB, I am concerned about the possible outcome of the Park Board election in November. When Nekima Levy-Pounds was attending Park Board meetings she would criticize the all-White Park Board because of its lack of racial diversity. The current Park Board is composed of five White women and four White […]
At least one first-timer found inspiration A political party convention is typically loud rah-rah speeches, constantly bashing the loyal opposition at every opportunity amidst waving campaign signs. The 2016 Minnesota DFL State Convention last weekend at downtown Minneapolis’ Orchestra Hall, for the most part, wasn’t any different from past gatherings. It was Amber Jones’ first […]