The late civil rights activist, artist and philanthropist Charles E. Mays (1933-2019), without question, determinedly left the world a better place than he found it.
Pillsbury United Communities (PUC) is undergoing a significant transformation.
High School for Recording Arts (HSRA) continues to prove itself to be a spawning ground for talent of remarkable consequence.
Positive Image MN is shining a light on the good that Black men are doing in the community with their first annual Men’s Empowerment Breakfast.
The Capri Theater, a Twin Cities cultural hallmark straight out of North Minneapolis, closed shop for the year on May 12.
Monique Linder was recently appointed to the hospital’s Twin Cities Advisory Council (TCAC).
Last year, African American Northside Achievement Zone scholars outpaced other Northside students.
The upcoming Minnesota Second Chance Coalition (MSCC) Resource Fair on April 24 seeks to provide access to resources to help those re-entering the community.
Nipsey Hussle transcended stereotypes to become a role model you would not believe if you saw it in the movies.
Homelessness is a ‘totally solvable issue,’ said Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless (MCH) Executive Director Senta Leff.