Trauma-to-Prison Pipeline, Restorative Justice for Vets, Bias in Protests and Sentencing, Reparations, other resources
Ethnic Studies has been added to graduation requirements in Minnesota. The Minneapolis School Board unanimously approved Ethnic Studies as a
Minnesota Women’s Press won second-place awards in the Minnesota Newspaper Association for Sarah Whiting’s photography and for this website.
New officers are required to knock on doors in the neighborhood they are assigned to patrol.
“Trained, unarmed professionals should be addressing calls on mental health, addiction, inebriation, and homelessness where there is not a threat to public safety.”
Asian American Visibility The Council for Asian American Leaders released a 2021 report, “Redefining Wealth Through Communal and Cultural Assets,”
Deporting new mothers, pandemic insecurity in detention facilities, awaiting Biden Administration on immigrant status, vaccines for immigrants
The full House will now vote on a measure calling on Vice President Pence and the cabinet to remove President Donald Trump under the 25th amendment. If Pence does not act, the House will move to impeach this week.
see related “Conversation with Acooa Ellis on Education” Recipients of United Way’s Student and Family Empowerment grants were identified by
NARAL Pro-choice Minnesota featured keynote speaker author Roxane Gay at its annual fundraiser December 1. She spoke virtually with Karin
A recent conversation titled “Handle With Care” featured Sondra Samuels, founder and CEO of the Northside Achievement Zone, and Tom
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