As Minnesota’s transit system grows, so does the Metro Transit Police. The new chief of the growing — and increasingly scrutinized — Metro Transit Police is Minneapolis Police Inspector Eddie Frizell.
Go 95.3 hosts another free Shut Up and Rap event tonight at Pimento Jamaican Chicken in Minneapolis.
Lacora Bradford Kesti will head the African American Leadership Forum, the organization announced.
Researchers at the University of Minnesota conducted a study to figure out why Minneapolis residents experience higher than average eviction filings.
Even with the uptick in diversity, the legislative session was still a struggle for Black lawmakers pushing Black issues.
Under the lights, in the hollow of the resplendently high-ceiling-ed auditorium of the Minnesota Orchestra, Goitsemang Lehobye’s voice is an instrument that stands out.
With the surprising news that the Chicago Defender, a storied Black newspaper, has announced it will stop printing newspapers, we ask the question: is print dead or alive?
Finding homeownership resources, tips and programs has grown complicated and overwhelmingly cumbersome for a first-time buyer. That’s where the Minnesota Homeownership Center comes in.
Defend Glendale & Public Housing Coalition wrapped up another protest during the regularly scheduled MPHA meeting held on the last Wednesday of the month.
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.