By Harry Colbert, Jr., Managing Editor No longer able to withstand the public’s growing distrust in the Minneapolis Police Department, Janeé Harteau resigned as chief July 21. Harteau’s successor was quickly named by Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges as . Arradondo, a 28-year veteran of the force and a native of Minneapolis, is the city’s first African-American…
By Harry Colbert, Jr. Managing Editor – Outrage seems to be pretty selective these days.
David McCoy Insight News Intern – “They are making policies without considering the lives of who will be affected.”
By Lauren Victoria Burke NNPA Newswire Contributor – Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) Chairman Cedric Richmond (D-La.) rejected an offer from the White House to meet with all 49 members of the caucus, citing steps that the Trump Administration has taken, “that will affirmatively hurt Black communities.”
By Harry Colbert, Jr. Managing Editor – Sun’s out guns out. While most associate that saying with the showing off of well-toned limbs during the summer months, the saying has a far more literal meaning in many urban enclaves. Minneapolis and St. Paul are experiencing their share of violent crime in 2017. At time of…
Some 250 middle school and high school girls converged at the Minneapolis Convention Center last month to compete at the 4th annual Technovation[MN] Appapalooza: “Inspiring STEM Careers in MN Girls.”
Author reveals her path to discovering link between neuroscience, spirituality and emotional health: Dr. Sylvia Bartley aims to help readers continue ‘Turning the Tide’ against the stigma of depression
Add author to the already impressive list of accomplishments for Dr. Sylvia Bartley, global director at Medtronic Philanthropy.
By Wilt Hodges – In November, St. Paul will decide on its next mayor.