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Regularly, people would gather around the griot and he, she or they would pass down the stories, histories and customs of the village communities.
Ibrahim will primarily cover environment, education and public safety.
We’re planning to crisscross the state to bring smart, tough, in-depth coverage to all readers on our paywall-free site.
What makes essential election reporting possible?
During the extensive search process, Elizabeth showed a deep understanding of the vital role journalism plays in Minnesota’s civic health and the strengths and opportunities MinnPost has to further establish itself as an essential community asset.
Tanner Curl, MinnPost’s executive director, has been selected by the Institute of Nonprofit News (INN) for a cohort of 15 up-and-coming leaders in the field.
After a member pre-sale, tickets to this event are now available to non-members for $10 each.
Radelat comes to MinnPost with more than 20 years of D.C. reporting experience.
We’re back in person!
Taking stock of the week of insightful conversations on the ideas shaping civic and cultural life in this moment. And what it makes possible at MinnPost year-round.
The opening session of MinnPost Festival 2022 featured a conversation with Christina Baldwin, Sequoia Hauck and James Rodríguez, artistic leaders from the Jungle Theater in Minneapolis.
We’re looking back at the conversations from MinnPost Festival 2022, including this session with Margaret Sullivan, media columnist at the Washington Post.
We’re looking back at conversations from MinnPost Festival 2022, including this conversation with Justin Ellis, a journalist, writer and native of Minneapolis.
A look back at the conversations from MinnPost Festival 2022, including this conversation with Peggy Flanagan, Lt. Governor of Minnesota.
A look back at the conversations from MinnPost Festival 2022, including this conversation with Vin Weber, former U.S. House Representative from Minnesota and political adviser and strategist to multiple Republican presidential campaigns.
A look back at the conversations from MinnPost Festival 2022, including this conversation with Keith Ellison, Minnesota’s attorney general and the former U.S. House Rep. from MN-5.
We’re looking back at the conversations from MinnPost Festival 2022. First up: former HUD secretary Julián Castro.
You can still get in on this four-day series of insightful conversations, April 25-28, with national and local guests.