Renowned storyteller Robin Washington was named Duluth Arts Institute president of its board of directors this year.
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Many health practioners are pointing to a more holistic approach to black wellness that considers the spirit and the broader community.
‘The Builders: Shaping Minnesota’s Architectural Landscape on the Color Line’ provides a focused view of the contributions of black Minnesotan architects and builders.
In February, the state black unemployment rate fell to 6.1 percent. A groundbreaking Twin Cities organization is focused on seeing that trend continue.
Minnesota’s ‘Child Maltreatment Report’ (2016) indicates that black children are three times more likely than their white counterparts to be investigated by Child Protection Services.
Rep. Rena Moran was able to bring over $1 million for the Neighborhood Development Center in her central St. Paul district 65A.
To aid struggling members in their community on the last weekend before school starts, members of Greater St. Paul Church of God in Christ gave away backpacks and school supplies.
Congresswoman Ilhan Omar and members of the Congressional Black Caucus discussed Black issues with Fifth District residents in Minneapolis on August 30.
Concerns around integration remain especially relevant for charter schools, which sometimes cater to families from specific backgrounds. This story offers dissenting views on integration’s impact on school performance.
This past Saturday marked the 10th Annual South Side Back in the Day celebration, a time for Southside Minneapolis neighbors to catch up and/or get to know one another.