Plus: “No confidence” vote for Hennepin Healthcare CEO; Frey and city council “ally” at odds; south Minneapolis businesses sue city over barricades at George Floyd square; Phillips donates contribution from GOP donor to charity; and more.
Plus: Teachers rally in solidarity; a story of harvesting through loss; a moose is on the loose; lights out in Anoka; and more
Plus: A western Minnesota reporter verbally abused; Emmer gets a vote for speaker; residents of the 3rd weigh in on Rep. Dean Phillips’ possible presidential run; and more.
Plus: A rally for Palestine at the Capitol; possible snow around the corner; Gophers baseball out at US Bank Stadium and more.
Plus: Ellison and Simon unite in fight to overturn ruling on felony voting; state GOP encourages early voting; St. Paul superintendent named Minnesota Superintendent of the Year; Twin Cities Black Film Festival to begin tomorrow; and more.
“[The Minneapolis Sound] is different than any other type of music. We have the Minneapolis Sound and people around the world want that, but unless you’re here you won’t know the feeling of that.”
JeRonelle opens on Friday for the eccentric Durand Bernarr at the Fine Line.
An intensive four-day academy took place this past June and partnered high school journalists with area professionals who volunteered their time and talents to offer instruction to the next crop of storytellers.
MinnPost’s race and health equity reporter was honored on Aug. 5 in Birmingham, Alabama, by the National Association of Black Journalists.
MinnPost contacted authorities last week after discovering a racist, threatening email.
Ava has been nominated for a National Association of Black Journalists Salute to Excellence award.
The retelling of the chaos and triumphant prosecution of Chauvin for second degree murder is chronicled in Ellison’s new book, “Break the Wheel: Ending the Cycle of Police Violence.”
In watching the video of Memphis police beating Tyre Nichols, it was clear: This wasn’t Black-on-Black, this was blue-on-Black.
Race and health equity reporter Ava Kian takes an in-depth look at health outcomes of Black Minnesotans in this four-part series.
COVID has become something we’ve learned to live with – live being the operative word. But the outlook wasn’t so optimistic – almost worry-free – at the start of the year.
Students at Morris — a small island of diversity in a region that is overwhelmingly white — say that campus is far from ‘too diverse’ and that they’ve often felt isolated.
The pre-game chat takes place Wednesday at 7 p.m. via Zoom. Participation is free, but registration is required.
The St. Paul native and recent graduate of New York’s Hofstra University is NABJ’s Student Journalist of the Year.
Regularly, people would gather around the griot and he, she or they would pass down the stories, histories and customs of the village communities.