Many coffee shops and restaurants with a large number of Muslim customers shut down for Ramadan. But others don’t — and some manage to thrive during the month.
For years, leaders in the Karen community have been asking the Department of Public Safety if it will ever provide the written driver’s test in the Karen language.
A set of bills aimed at improving economic and educational outcomes for immigrants isn’t going anywhere, though it does offer clear policy priorities for new American communities.
Oromo people in Minnesota are often confused with those from Somalia, despite coming from a different country, speaking a different language and having a different culture.
The Minnesota Historical Society exhibit showcases the history, achievements and contributions of Indian immigrants and their American children.
The opening of “Behind Both Fences” and “Jaded Youth” will take place on Wednesday at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs.
To Louis Porter II, executive director of the Council for Minnesotans of African Heritage, the two groups have more in common than either might realize.
To understand what it’s like to be a Muslim in Minnesota after a terrorist incident, MinnPost spoke with a diverse group of five followers of Islam who live in the Twin Cities.
The bill would provide housing assistance for victims of domestic violence — something advocates say has been needed for years.
City Stay, a nonprofit, has partnered with Minnehaha Academy and individual families to create the weeklong program, which has two main components: homestay and day programming.
When it comes to refugee populations, there is no one-size-fits-all approach for finding out about the state of a person’s mental health.
When Alice Karpeh came of age in Sierra Leone, she watched hundreds of mothers die from complications related to childbirth. Now she’s changing that.
The Ramsey County program has recently opened another office in Marshall because more and more people began to relocate there for meat processing jobs.
The book details the identities, struggles, achievements and the lives of Somali immigrants in three very different countries: the United States, South Africa and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Thousands of eligible immigrants in Minnesota often wait years, even decades, before they even start the process of becoming U.S. citizens.
The 10 large panels detail the community’s demographics, political and cultural diversity, and contributions in photos and words.
Bukola Oriola is among 11 council members President Obama picked last month to make recommendations on federal policies addressing human trafficking in the U.S.
Gatherings like Tuesday’s viewing party have become a tradition for Minneapolis’ Somali-American community since Obama took office in 2008.
Abdi Phenomenal wants to start conversations about the issues and to encourage members of the community to create a supportive environment for those struggling with the conditions.
Who are they; where are they coming from; and how do they affect the state’s work force?