For the past decade or so, Teto Wilson’s barbershop has served as a Northside staple for not just a good haircut, but also as a place for gathering, good times, and even accessing community resources.
Provided by the Bush Foundation, Fellows receive upwards of $100,000 over a one- to two-year period to further develop their leadership skills.
The MSR chatted it up with Allen at a local pop-up to find out more about the inspiration behind her business.
As the first student of color organization in the state’s oldest college, Hamline’s Black Student Collective (BSC) has served to empower some of the state’s most prolific Black leaders and activists — including Juanita C. Freeman, Washington County’s first Black judge, and Anika Bowie, vice president of NAACP Minneapolis and current candidate for St. Paul […]
Black legislators have already hit the ground running, partnering on new bills and reintroducing some from the previous legislative session.
PaviElle French is set to debut “A Requiem for Zula” — a seven-movement homage to her late mother — this weekend at the Ordway Theatre as part of SPCO’s Tapestry19 Festival.
‘There isn’t ‘Black’ money — it’s green and that’s what everybody is in this for.’
The activist-author shares his side of the story in this exclusive interview.
Flora Ekpe-Idang is using dolls to empower girls of color to celebrate their beauty and become entrepreneurs.
The National NAACP is working with both chapters to create an Economic Inclusion Plan addressing equity gaps, including criminal and economic injustice and education.