Page became the first Black Minnesota Supreme Court justice in 1993 and served for 22 years.
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Aniki is just 11 years old, and he owns his own company called Ice Cream Bow Ties.
Since 2016, the two nonprofits have run Produce Share Program, a partnership to grow fresh produce for SCHS patients as well as provide health education and help improve life for everyday folk living in South Minneapolis.
For those doing the work, it means more than posting selfies with “I Voted” stickers or holding signs at a protest.
The Minnesota Historical Society (MNHS) in September launched the U.S. version of the “House of Memories” — a dementia awareness program developed in the United Kingdom for people caring for people with dementia.
By Thursday, two days after Republican Brian Kemp declared victory, Abrams is still calling for every vote to be counted and she’s hoping that the results will at least be enough for a runoff, if absentee ballots don’t push her over the top altogether
Starting in 2019, women will make up nearly a quarter of the 435-member House of Representatives — a record high. Currently, there are 84 women in the House.
Licensed cosmetologist Karen Coffey opened Bella Beauty and Hair in January 2017 to provide women and men in the Twin Cities with a diverse range of products and services catering to natural hair and beyond.
At the age of 94, it is safe to say that no other pastor in the Twin Cities has been an active pastor longer than she has, celebrating 60 years as pastor of Grace Temple Deliverance Center (GTDC), located at 1908 4th Avenue South in Minneapolis.
It may not have been the blue wave that some had predicted, but Democrats made significant gains nationally and across the state of Minnesota.