Through its produce distribution program, Loaves and Fishes gives away dozens of food pallets to hundreds of people in the metro each week throughout the summer.
Clinton’s “kickoff” speech in New York was a strong statement of her values and goals. Now policy details are needed.
The meeting is April 22, 11 a.m., at the Southdale Library.
The complaint, filed with HUD, represents a new strategy in efforts to get Minneapolis and St. Paul to change their policies around the locating of affordable housing.
How did a small group of young Twin Cities activists manage to organize the most high-profile public demonstrations in years?
“There are so many layers of programming and funding, most people get lost in the jargon,” says Jon Gutzmann of the St. Paul Public Housing Agency.
The author, Myron Orfield, says the metro's racial segregation is due to government apathy and "well-meaning but misdirected" efforts by housing advocates and school reformers.
Nicole Mills is the first executive director of Oasis for Youth, which helps 160 youth a year in Hennepin County's south suburbs.
Last Saturday, hundreds of people donated nonperishable food items to support a campaign started by the Minnesota African Task Force Against Ebola.
Payday loan operations thrive by charging interest rates that often mount to 200 percent or more on short-term loans. Yet legislators in Minnesota have refused to place even modest limits on the lenders.
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