The 26-year-old Hamline University graduate, former high school teacher, and current political consultant is running for St. Paul City Council in Ward 1. She wants to build her community up with steady jobs, safe streets, and a welcoming city council and police force.
For decades, Chauntyll Allen has served youth in the classroom as a Saint Paul Public Schools employee. The Rondo native has also worked in the community in youth outreach, where she’s been focused on inspiring youth to choose positive paths in life. After experiencing issues firsthand that she wants to work on and effect change […]
Provided by the Bush Foundation, Fellows receive upwards of $100,000 over a one- to two-year period to further develop their leadership skills.
‘Hate will not win. Our communities are resilient,’ said Jaylani Hussein, executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) in Minnesota in response to the Christchurch, New Zealand mosque shootings.
HOBT has been part and parcel of multicultural theatre in the Twin Cities for the past 45 years. That could all end this summer.
Using his own filmmaking experience as a lesson in how it’s done, director, actor and comedian Robert Townsend offered encouraging news for Black filmmaking hopefuls during his visit to the Twin Cities last weekend: The barriers are fewer and the prospects better now than when he struggled for a break. Townsend came to kick off […]
BET’s new docuseries is shining a national spotlight on the Twin Cities. The network’s Finding Justice series is set to air a special episode on police brutality featuring commentary from a broadcast on community radio station KMOJ 89.9FM.
‘I got what I needed,’ said Natalie Pollard after attending Sister Spokesman’s ‘New Beginnings: Life After Incarceration’ discussion. She had left work and rushed over to the March 2 event on a mission to gather info for herself and other women transitioning from incarceration.
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 […]