This year’s showcase features more than 25 local businesses and artists from north Minneapolis, and includes a wide array of unique and local wares from clothing and jewelry to art and beauty products.
Kristoffer Tigue is a local freelance writer and former editor of the Twin Cities Daily Planet.
More than a hundred rallied at the intersection of Lake Street and Nicollet Avenue to protest against President-elect Donald Trump.
Several fundraising efforts have cropped up over the last few weeks, with tens of thousands of dollars either being sent directly to the camp or used to buy supplies for the protesters.
The move affects about 700 employees for Delta Air Lines subcontractor AirServ Corp., the company that manages the airport’s cleaners, cart drivers and luggage handlers.
The criminal justice professor and civil rights activist was just elected as the organization’s new president, taking over for Nekima Levy-Pounds.
The event offered a chance for candidates to talk about what MPS plans to do differently to address persistent education gaps affecting the city’s communities of color.
It will focus on improving the lives of women of color, women in Greater Minnesota, women who identify as LGBTQ and women with disabilities — all between the ages of 12 and 24.
LeGen Leaders is a workforce development organization that’s training youth aging out of the foster care system for careers in construction.
Campaigns to wean communities off the need for traditional law enforcement have become increasingly common. And some Twin Cities activists are hoping to follow suit.
For almost four decades, CLUES has been providing culturally specific mental health and chemical dependency treatment to Minnesota’s Latino population.
Two charter buses of high school students and other supporters will be heading to North Dakota to protest the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Many Oromo living in Minnesota feel that their culture and history isn’t known or understood by the rest of the state’s population.
Researchers say that shows an important shift in how people see the issue, from people seeing youth as perpetrators of sex crimes to victims of them.
Citing ongoing health issues for north Minneapolis residents, activists want to see the recycling plant out of the neighborhood entirely.
NOC has become one of the most prominent players in the fight over economic and racial justice issues in Minneapolis.
A coalition of residents, community organizations, civil rights groups and local businesses got together to organize the first annual Win Back the Community Summer Festival.
Around 700 employees — mostly cleaners, cart drivers and luggage handlers — are asking for higher wages and for the right to unionize.
The law will help distinguish just which groups of Asian students in Minnesota are doing well and which ones are still struggling.
After starting as a rather modest one-day event in 2006, the FLOW Northside Art Crawl has become a three-day festival that draws 10,000 people to north Minneapolis.
Several thousand gathered Thursday at J.J. Hill Montessori School and the governor’s residence to protest the killing of Philando Castile by a St. Anthony police officer.