A collective trauma continues to rock communities of color following the murder conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor.
Nearly five decades ago, Dr. John S. Wright helped make history as an antagonist for civil rights and racial equity at the University of Minnesota.
The fair at the Minneapolis Convention Center on April 30 will feature some 30 employers aiming to connect with under-employed talent.
Hundreds of young Black men converged at the Minnesota State Capitol to take control of their future.
The 26-year-old Hamline University graduate, former high school teacher, and current political consultant is running for St. Paul City Council in Ward 1. She wants to build her community up with steady jobs, safe streets, and a welcoming city council and police force.
Using his own filmmaking experience as a lesson in how it’s done, director, actor and comedian Robert Townsend offered encouraging news for Black filmmaking hopefuls during his visit to the Twin Cities last weekend: The barriers are fewer and the prospects better now than when he struggled for a break. Townsend came to kick off […]
Dr. Robin DiAngelo noted that culture is specifically structured so that White people have the choice to remain stuck in their ignorance.
The Minnesota senator talks invisible victims of gov’t shutdown, systemic barriers against Blacks and gearing up for 2020 elections.
The CNN anchor took a victory lap for Black achievement at the 29th annual event.
A large deterrent to continued progress is propaganda painting King as a sweet guy with a catchy speech device (dreams are nice) instead of as a skilled and calculating social philosopher torquing deep-rooted gears of American governance and culture to rapidly bring attention to the urgent matters of poverty, racism and war.