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  • Rule change proposed for immunization requirements

    Minnesota children attending school or child care would need to show proof they are vaccinated against chickenpox, and children under two in child care would need to show proof ......
  • Neal serenades world revering Jesus

    Melodic range, depth, quality, beautiful; words that best describe the awesome talent of gospel recording artist Roderick Neal. Now the Minneapolis native serenades the world with songs reverencing Jesus Christ. ...
  • A prayer to the God of all children

    When I hold my first grandchild, my heart swells with love and renewed determination to pass on a world safer and more fit for her and every child. ...
  • I hated on Antwone Fisher and I am sorry I did

    I must admit I didn’t want to see it at first. I told my wife Cheryl, “If this is going to be another movie about the Black man’s struggles and him not winning in the end, then forget it. I’m tired of that stuff. I need uplift.” ...
  • This N that with Tony Mack: HBCU football update: Coaching Carousel

    BRISTOL, CONN---With the abrupt cancellation of the SIAC-CIAA Heritage Bowl, scheduled to be played in Tampa's Raymond James Stadium, the premature off-season for Black College......
  • Tyrones Big Score

    SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA_It was only two weeks ago when I wrote about black coaches, and the hiring practices that seemed to be improving, slowly but surely. ...
  • McGehees Family Understood The Risk

    SAN ANTONIO -- Give Miami’s Willis McGehee’s family a lot of credit for understanding what was at stake last Friday night. Give this young man credit as well. McGehee and his family took out an insurance policy......
  • Is Vince Still The Man?

    TORONTO, ONTARIO-- Some may say that because the Toronto Raptors have suffered an extraordinary number of injuries this season it is unfair to pass judgment on them. ...
  • Lake Show All But Over In Tinsel Town

    Los Angeles, California---Los Angeles Lakers’ fans cannot be found these days. Many are being sought out for their comments on how well their ‘champs’ are doing but no one is stepping up to the plate. ...
  • Lott lies on history of supremacy ties

    Trying to distance himself in 1999 from the Right-wing Council of Conservative Citizens, Sen. Trent Lott wrote that he could never support a group that denigrates people “because of their race or religion.” ...
  • Practice Kwanzaa principles 365 days a year, 24 hours a day

    Once again we have reached the point in the year when we celebrate Kwanzaa. Each of the seven social and spiritual principles (Nguzo Saba) of Kwanzaa will be held in ......
  • Bernadette Anderson: What can we do to improve quality of life for our people?

    Al McFarlane: What are your greatest Minneapolis memories?Bernadette Anderson: Well [when] I was born...if you were Black, you were in one part of the hospital. ...
  • Three Kings destined for greatness

    Stand at attention! The 3 Kings are present! Adam Davis-McGee, Gabe Garcia-Boler, and Will Shuford; young men destined for greatness. These friends have discovered a niche......
  • Falsely convicted, wrongly incarcerated

    Monday, Dec. 23 James Byrd left prison in Huntsville, TX, exonerated after serving five years for a crime he didn’t commit. A judge recently overturned convictions ......
  • Ventura wrong in describing Lott comments as ‘slip of tongue’

    Contrary to what Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura would have us believe, U.S. Sen. Trent Lott’s praise of fellow Republican Sen. Strom Thurmond’s 1948 segregationist presidential candidacy was not a mere slip of the tongue, ......
  • Everybody wins, everybody endures in Antwone Fisher film

    In the new film Antwone Fisher, everybody endures, prevails and wins in their own individual way. That applies to acclaimed actor Denzel Washington’s directorial debut, to the cast of ......
  • Film reviews: Now showing at your home via cable television

    Premiere actors Stephen Dorf, Norman Reedus and Matt Dillon show you how it's done in Deuces Wild, a powerful, tragedy of gang-related, White-on-White crime. ...
  • HBCUs: Have they outlived their usefulness?

    For many, it’s a given that historically Black colleges and universities will be around. After all, as institutions, they’ve been in existence for more than 150 years, established during a time when Blacks had no other alternatives to pursue higher e...
  • Gov. Ventura goes Back In The Day!

    Gov. Jesse Ventura made good on a promise to appear live in the KMOJ studios last Sunday (Dec.22) with Ray Richardson, host of “Back In The Day,’’ the popular R&B oldies show......
  • AIDS still leading cause of death of Black men

    Thanks to breakthrough new medicines, we’re making a lot of headway against AIDS in the United States. But AIDS is still a killer disease – it’s the leading cause of death for African American.....

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