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Nikole Hannah-Jones: Speaking Frankly About Progress, Hope, and the Present

“The United States has come a long way from the past. This … has compelled generation after generation to overlook the present.” — from an essay in “The 1619 Project”

  • 12/07/2022
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  • 11/28/2022

Can You Support Our Work This Week?


  • 11/22/2022

Tapestry: The Commons

We asked readers to share their thoughts on what a world might look like if we respected the rights of nature.

  • 07/28/2022

Chard Your Yard: Bringing Gardening Home

Program recipients pay for the materials at cost, although subsidized beds are available for low-income households and people with disabilities.

  • 03/28/2022

The Fire She Fights

I decided women firefighters deserve to be seen as we are.

  • 01/27/2022

Minneapolis Mayoral Candidates: Public Safety

Mike Winter This is an extraordinarily complex question that deserves careful thought and is so important to the heart of

  • 09/23/2021

Minneapolis City Council Candidates: Ward 3

Michael Rainville For Public Safety I support attacking the underlying causes of crime such as housing insecurity, lack of economic

  • 09/23/2021

Minneapolis City Council: Ward 13 Candidates

Mike Norton If anything has become clear since George Floyd’s murder it’s this: our current approach to public safety isn’t

  • 09/22/2021

Minneapolis City Council: Ward 12 Candidates

Nancy Ford Minneapolis recently signed a $6m contract with Canopy Mental Health and Consulting to work as MPD coresponders. Hennepin

  • 09/22/2021

Minneapolis City Council: Ward 11 Candidates

Chris Parsons I oppose Charter Amendment 2 and I support doubling the authorized strength of the Mpls police force.  This

  • 09/22/2021