As Minnesota’s transit system grows, so does the Metro Transit Police. The new chief of the growing — and increasingly scrutinized — Metro Transit Police is Minneapolis Police Inspector Eddie Frizell.
Lacora Bradford Kesti will head the African American Leadership Forum, the organization announced.
Researchers at the University of Minnesota conducted a study to figure out why Minneapolis residents experience higher than average eviction filings.
Even with the uptick in diversity, the legislative session was still a struggle for Black lawmakers pushing Black issues.
Members of the Racial Justice Network and Black Lives Matters Twin Cities press for more accountability after a man drove his vehicle into a Northside bus shelter.
Celebrated Twin Cities personality Robyne Robinson has been named Board Chair of Minnesota Museum of American Art (“the M”). She will be the museum’s first African American chair.
In response to Trump’s tweet, the four Congresswomen gave a joint press conference on Monday calling the attack a distraction.
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey and Council Vice President Andrea Jenkins announced today that the city will host its first Minneapolis Black Business Week from Friday, July 19 to Saturday, July 27.
Zulu Islamic Treatment Institute is one of the few, if not only, treatment centers in the Twin Cities dedicated solely to those of Islamic faith.
With the surprising news that the Chicago Defender, a storied Black newspaper, has announced it will stop printing newspapers, we ask the question: is print dead or alive?