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  • Drug Abuse Resistance Education

    Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) is a 17 week educational program delivered by trained police officers to prevent or reduce drug abuse and violence among children and youth. ...
  • Estaire Godinez brings global touch

    Recording artist Estaire Godinez, just off the road after touring with George Benson, was Wain McFarlane’s featured guest at the Oct. 29 Insight/KMOJ Public Policy Forum....
  • Williams Firing Had Nothing To Do With Skin Color...

    SAN ANTIONIO, Texas--Michigan State has seen enough. After a 49-3 loss to Michigan, the school’s worse loss in 55 years, athletic director Ron Mason pulled the plug after Monday’s practice....
  • Behind Nailon, Knicks Crown Kings

    NEW YORK, NY –It was one of those ‘gimme’ games you get in the N.B.A. with such a long and drawn out season. You know the type, the latter end of a back-to-back especially after one of those classic 4 games in 5 night’s escapades when all you’re...
  • In 61B Candidates detail priorites, issues for Southside legislative district

    The Oct. 21 Insight/KMOJ Public Policy Forum assembled candidates vying to represent South Minneapolis’ House District 61B. ...
  • Telcom mergers need public scrutiny

    Participating by webcast from Wayne State University in Michigan, Congressman John Conyers (D-Mich.) pulled no punches at the Oct 21 Insight/KMOJ Public Policy Forum. ...
  • Mondale should carry Wellstone mantle

    Insight News endorses the following candidates in key races for local, state and federal office. ...
  • Tanya Bransford seeks re-election

    Judge Tanya Bransford knew in junior high school that she wanted to follow a career path that would help make this world a better place for all people regard less of their color or ethnicity....
  • Latinas invited to learn, celebrate at Soy Unica! Soy Latina!

    Saint Paul, MN ?Latina girls between the ages of 9 and 14 are invited to celebrate their heritage at Soy Unica! ...
  • Powell failing obligation to reflect interests of Black America

    When Harry Belafonte compared Secretary of State Colin Powell to a plantation house-slave, it was not a mere case of one famous Black man calling another famous Black man outside his name....
  • Material Pursuits Leave Blacks With Negative Balance

    Because America's Black middle-class displays itself as seeking mainstream "validation" by incorporating white attitudes, disenchantment and resentment has been growing toward them by the African-American underclass....
  • Review: Insomnia - a perfectionist’s delight

    There is good movie-watching, there's great movie-watching and then there's the perfectionist's delight, a movie like Insomnia (Warner Bros. VHS/$14.99)....
  • More syphilis cases prompt another warning

    State health officials are sending a second warning about the rise in syphilis cases in Minnesota, following an ongoing review of cases since the increase was noted in the spring of 2002. ...
  • Chiropractors create network to deliver services

    Black Chiropractors of Minnesota (BCM) recently solidified its core base of providers, pledging to become a highly recognized network of African American physicians and complimentary healthcare providers specializing in preventative healthcare, pain relie...
  • Not in good faith

    MINNEAPOLIS, MN - Americans don’t know that President George W. Bush’s plan to provide federal funding to “faith based” organizations comes at the cost of repealing civil rights gains, according to US Congressman Robert “Bobby” Scott, (D-...
  • Southern Africa’s famine, 14 million deaths—take back seat to war talk

    Forgive my naiveté but I can never quite get over the way that Black life is so undervalued in this society....
  • No need to dull Barbershop’s cutting humor

    Unlike the Rev. Jesse L. Jackson Sr., I decided to see the hit movie, Barbershop, before commenting on it. ...
  • Build it and they will come: jailing Black men

    Late this summer, an article appeared in the New York Times that stunned me. ...
  • Citizens need to know about predatory offenders

    Michael Ricardo Stabbfeldt, 42, African American male, 6’ 1”, 205 lbs., medium build, light brown complexion, brown eyes and a mustache, is a Level III sex offender who recently took up residence on the 1500 block of Park Ave. South in Minneapolis’ ...
  • Doing business abroad requires cultural savvy, respect

    Since I was introduced to Lucille’s Kitchen a few months ago, I have looked forward to and cherished the weekly gathering of concerned and upright residents of our community, as they deliberate on the complex issues we continue to face. ...

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