Jerilyn Sheppheard, 18-year-old owner-proprietor of The Yumyum Brownie Shop, has never been at a loss for initiative.
Now into her second term, April Graves has learned to appreciate the virtues of deliberation and consensus-building in governing.
Dr. Robin DiAngelo noted that culture is specifically structured so that White people have the choice to remain stuck in their ignorance.
PaviElle French is set to debut “A Requiem for Zula” — a seven-movement homage to her late mother — this weekend at the Ordway Theatre as part of SPCO’s Tapestry19 Festival.
Each week this month, MSR editors share their top picks for events celebrating Black History Month.
After working at a dental practice for nine months, Dr. Grace Warren of Nokomis Dental Center not only knew she wanted to own her dentistry business but also own the building that housed it.
When it comes to teaching students about slavery in the United States, teachers often stumble through the topic.
In honor of Black History Month, we’re sharing short clips highlighting the legacy and history of Blacks in Minnesota. This week, we salute Lena Olive Smith, Minnesota’s first female African American lawyer.
‘There isn’t ‘Black’ money — it’s green and that’s what everybody is in this for.’