MinnPost’s nonprofit newsroom produces independent journalism to serve as your trusted guide into the critical issues, challenges and opportunities facing Minnesota.
With experience from the public and private sectors, our panel of experts and entrepreneurs will dig into how AI will reshape life for Minnesotans in the years ahead.
Today, we’re spotlighting one of our featured panels sessions, Black Entrepreneurship in Minnesota, sponsored by Clockwork.
This session will feature local chefs Yia Vang and Jorge Guzmán in a conversation moderated by Stephanie March, food & dining editor at Mpls.St.Paul Magazine.
I’m sharing this update on MinnPost’s DEI efforts, which are led by a cross-organizational team of staff, including executive leadership.
We’re in the LAST DAY of our summer member drive, and we’re still 49 new or renewing members away from reaching our goal by midnight.
MinnPost’s journalists cut through the noisy bluster of modern politics and media to serve as your trusted guide to the critical challenges and opportunities facing our state.
This year, we’re thrilled to offer two days of all in-person programming featuring national and local voices you already know, along with new ones that you’ll want to know.
To guide Minnesotans through the issues and challenges facing our state, reporters must be free from intimidation and threats when they push for answers and hold power to account at the State Capitol.
Mosley joins Peter Hutchinson, Rebecca Shavlik and Kevin Armstrong in officer roles on the 23-member board of directors.
The team at MinnPost works hard to lead on overcoming these challenges and serve Minnesotans like you with deeply reported, independent journalism.
Our reporters are not only holding power to account, but also serving as your guide to the challenges and opportunities facing Minnesota.
In her new role, Laura will lead fundraising and philanthropic revenue generation across the organization with a particular focus on major gifts, grants, sponsorship and MinnPost Festival.
We think this journalism is too important to hide behind a paywall. That’s why you’ll never hit one at MinnPost.
If we hear from 300 donors by midnight tonight, we’ll unlock $3,100 from the MinnPost Board Challenge Fund.
MinnPost serves as a trusted guide for Minnesotans exploring the issues and challenges facing our state.
With context and insight, our writers take you beyond horse race, partisan coverage and serve as trusted guides to the critical issues and challenges facing Minnesota.
Today, June 30, is the last chance to have your gift matched by a generous $10,000 match from our partners at the Minneapolis Foundation.