New research shows that the disparity gap between African Americans and Whites is starting to narrow.
From a historical perspective, approximately 4,000,000 Africans and their descendants were enslaved in the U.S. and colonies that became the U.S. from 1619 to 1865.
The legalization of marijuana has been a topic of contention and confusion for both sides of the debate.
Hennepin Health is hiring a Chief Collaboration and Innovation Officer to collaborative efforts and innovative projects designed to integrate.
Let his sudden loss remind us to honor the Nipseys right here in our own neighborhoods, schools, churches, recreation centers…
Holden Matthews, the son of St. Landry Parish’s sheriff deputy, was arrested as the arsonist, igniting a wave of panic throughout its Black community.
The Minnesota Valley Transit Authority (MVTA) wants Minnesotans to save time and money while reducing traffic congestion and helping the environment during the “Get on Board” Commuter Challenge.
Since his 18-year tenure as guitarist and music director of NBC’s The Tonight Show, Philadelphia-born guitarist and prolific composer, Kevin Eubanks retired to pursue the recording and touring sides of his career.
The Departments of African American & African Studies and English at the University of Minnesota have announced the retirement of Professor John S. Wright after 35 years of exemplary faculty service.
This year’s Music in the Zoo concert series features, Robert Cray, Dave Koz and Friends Summer Horns, the Taj Mahal Quartet, Keb’ Mo’ and Jontavious Willis, Tower of Power, Johnny Lang, and a “Pop 2000 Tour” hosted by Lance Bass of ‘Nsync with a performance by O-Town…