The fair at the Minneapolis Convention Center on April 30 will feature some 30 employers aiming to connect with under-employed talent.
ou think Misty Copeland stands strong in those ballet slippers as the first Black principal dancer at the American Ballet Theater, wait until you hear her talk about the importance of Black unity and upliftment.
In most American cities throughout the 20th century, people of color, African Americans in particular, were relegated to separate and structurally unequal communities often by means of the practices briefly referenced above.
JCPenney recently announced a search for 100 stylists in the Minneapolis area to add volume to its salon business.
Consider the following collection a historical taste of Black history in the Twin Cities!
The National NAACP is working with both chapters to create an Economic Inclusion Plan addressing equity gaps, including criminal and economic injustice and education.
Find events in the Twin Cities and beyond to celebrate Dr. King’s enduring legacy as a champion of social and racial justice, equity and equality.
Having already established the Taylor Hayden Memorial Foundation to End Gun Violence in her honor, Hayden was present Dec. 22 at the launch of the Tarvanisha B. Boyd “Be Better” Foundation at Sabathani Community Center
Don’t let leaves blow away, as they can clog up storm drains and pollute our local lakes and rivers with excess nutrients.
As of 2017, Minnesota’s unenviable track record made it the nation’s second-most unequal state (just after Wisconsin). An inRead study measured disparity gaps between Black and White residents in, amongst other areas, unemployment, income, education and homeownership.