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.
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.
‘We do air duct cleaning, which is our primary business. We started out doing apartment buildings and houses. As time went on we got into commercial air duct cleaning in hospitals, schools, an account for the airport — targeting big business and commercial buildings.’
This Black man’s Republicanism came to him as he watched football great and civil rights activist Jim Brown come on the news for visiting Trump Tower. At the sight of Brown’s excoriation by many Blacks for meeting Trump, Johnson said he decided to become a Republican.
MSR contributors hit the pavement to ask community members whether they plan on voting in the midterm elections and what they see as the important issues. Are you planning on voting this election cycle? Join in the conversation in the comments! Find election info here. ✔ YES Voneisha Harris, 25, Brooklyn Park “The most […]
It’s a very humbling thing when you get outside of the U.S. to see that there are many people that have patterned their fight on what Black Americans have done here 50 years ago, and it makes you realize that we can’t afford to lose that respect in the world and we can’t afford to lose hope.
Angela Conley made an impressive showing in the primaries. Of the 35,000 votes cast, just 1,146 ballots separated her and McLaughlin, with Conley seizing 42 percent.
The event comes after Rambo was robbed and pistol-whipped one evening in late July by five teens who flagged him down on University Avenue, ostensibly hitching a ride to the next light rail train station.