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Reporter Solomon Gustavo will break down the issues and take your questions on the upcoming Minneapolis city elections.
MinnPost reporter Greta Kaul and Sahan Journal reporter Joey Peters will discuss the reporting on their recent pandemic project, what it’s been like covering COVID-19, and what they’re watching as the pandemic moves into a new phase.
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We still need to hear from 30 new or increased sustaining members by midnight tonight in order to unlock a $5,000 challenge grant for MinnPost.
If we reach 100 new or increased sustaining members by June 24, we unlock an additional $5,000 for MinnPost.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, we’ve seen just how vital thoughtful, in-depth reporting is to community. And so today we’re asking you to sustain the essential Minnesota news that bolsters your community.
Join us for MinnPost Live: A Conversation with Sasha Issenberg, presented in partnership with OutFront Minnesota, on Thursday, June 17, at 12 p.m. CT.
After four and a half months of work, what did the Minnesota Legislature actually get done?
We’re closing in on the end of our Spring Member Drive, and we’re only 76 members away from hitting the 6,000-member mark, which would be a new all-time MinnPost record.
Don’t take independent media for granted. If you read MinnPost, now’s the time to support MinnPost.
Our goal by March 18 is to hit an all-time record of 6,000 MinnPost members in support of our essential work.
Registration is now open for a free virtual event — MinnPost Social: A look at the 2021 Minnesota Legislature (so far) — on Tuesday, March 9, from 5 to 6 p.m.
Throughout the pandemic, MinnPost has continued to be your source of critical Minnesota news, and not just on the coronavirus.
Registration is now open for a free virtual event — MinnPost Social: Worst Year Ever? A Panel Discussion — on Tuesday, Dec. 15 from 5 – 6 p.m.
In this unprecedented and unpredictable year, trustworthy news is vital. As a reader-supported, public-service newsroom, we believe it’s our duty to bring you context and clarity around critical issues impacting Minnesotans.
We’re incredibly grateful to the 390 generous donors who gave a total of $28,150 to MinnPost’s nonprofit newsroom on Give to the Max Day 2020!
Our goal is to raise $20,000 today, and we currently have $11,500 in matching funds available for donations to MinnPost.