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.
The Pillsbury United Communities money is the lifeline for a senior class that persevered through a string of tragedies, including COVID-19 and the George Floyd murder and aftermath.
“My daughters both have beautiful, natural, curly hair. This (CROWN) is part of our fight to be fully recognized as equal human beings.” – Rep. Ilhan Omar, co-sponsor of the federal CROWN Act
Plus: Minnesotan march for Ukraine, Target paying $24 an hour and a day for Deshaun Hill.
“We have relatives in Ukraine and they are being forced to take up arms and fight. This is scary.”
Black people aren’t supposed to have guns. And if we do, we are automatically deemed a threat. But let’s be real, we’re deemed a threat with or without the gun.