I’m not Jewish or Palestinian. I haven’t seen the damage Hamas has done to the citizens in Israel. Or the destruction to hospitals in Gaza. But I can attest to the negative consequences that ignorance and misinformation can spread.
As the Turkish president recalibrates his country’s stance, he still wants to remain a relevant regional player.
A ceremonial boulevard dedicated in 1921 to the more than 500 Hennepin County men who lost their lives in WWI, it’s not quite a park, and not quite a parkway, but something in between: a wide open expanse intended to evoke a specific feeling of quietude and reverence.
The deep cuts that M Health Fairview leadership is making in its Spiritual Health department are deplorable and I suspect were made without understanding the interdependencies that exist across its complicated system.
I can take online orders, make in-person deliveries or sell my bread at farmer’s markets and community events. But if I want to offer the same loaves at coffeeshops, cafes and co-ops in my community, I am prohibited by state law.
The city’s policies are clear: If you’re a BIPOC renter in north Minneapolis, the housing code will mean less for you.
Part VII: Reappraising “The Good Life in Minnesota”
When children who have grown up without adequate support have their community and local leaders standing behind them, we have seen significant positive changes in their lives.
Some say that Israel’s mass displacement of civilians and its bombing campaign in Gaza — which has included the targeting of hospitals, refugee camps and ambulances, where Israel says Hamas personnel are hiding — is clear evidence of genocide.
Excessive privatization leads to an opaque control environment wherein policymakers and citizens have little to no knowledge of localities’ financial condition, the security of public asset, or the extent to which local spending delivers value to taxpayers.
We have learned that the prisoners in Russia who receive letters are treated better than the others, because the guards know that the world’s eyes are on them.
D&J Glove Repair is a brick-and-mortar business in an online era, a place that fixes stuff when repairing anything smaller than a bicycle has largely gone out of style.
U.S. adjuncts worry about their ability to engage with students and how well their students are learning, according to a new study that compares Canadian adjuncts with what it calls the “woefully under-supported and poorly compensated” American adjuncts.
Effective transit governance depends on learning from management mistakes that have plagued the Green Line Extension.
The reality is that today’s state government is corrupt. Influence peddling thrives at our State Capitol with the full support of leaders from both parties.
Users of social media have significant power to influence the content they receive. Thus, they bear some responsibility when they consume and share false information.
Dengue fever, yellow fever, chikungunya and zika: How did we get to a point in snowy Minnesota where we have to think about tropical diseases? Climate change, that’s how.
Morgan Adamson’s “Brutal Utopias” retells the contentious origin story of the massive gray concrete housing complex, part of a federal program in the late 1960s that aimed to remake central cities.
Assault weapons, created for engagements in active combat, take our civil society by force and they take police by surprise. They amount to an invasion and landing by an enemy who need never cross our borders.
There are more than 100,000 Minnesotans with disabilities who are ready and motivated to work yet have not been given a fair shot at employment.