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‘Niecey’ Warren remembered for her heart and smile
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‘Niecey’ Warren remembered for her heart and smile

Darsalle Denise “Niecey” Warren, born Oct. 10, 1964 in Minneapolis, peacefully passed away at home on Jan. 30 after a long fight to recover from a massive stroke. Warren attended Willard Elementary School, Jordan Jr. High and North Community High School. After high school Warren completed training and certification as a travel agent. A hard-working…

New documentary, ‘White Time’ takes on white supremacy and white privilege
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New documentary, ‘White Time’ takes on white supremacy and white privilege

“White Time,” a documentary mini-series from Raitan Films and independent filmmaker D. Eric Harmon, tackles the history and structure of white supremacy and institutional racism in the United States from colonial times to modern day. Made possible by a Minnesota State Schools and Universities (MNSCU) sabbatical grant, “White Time” is available for free to all…

Knight Foundation awards VocalEssence with Challenge Grant
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Knight Foundation awards VocalEssence with Challenge Grant

The Knight Foundation has honored VocalEssence, a nonprofit dedicated to building community through song, with a $40,000 grant. Every year since its founding in 1991, the VocalEssence Witness program has highlighted the contributions African-Americans have made to the fine arts. In 2016-2017, VocalEssence “Witness: Underground Railroad” will illuminate the underrepresented stories of the Underground Railroad…

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Unity Opportunity Collaborative to announce how state funds will be used to impact African-Americans

The Unity Opportunity Collaborative (UOC) will hold a public forum to announce its formation and how it will collectively use the $4.2 million it received from the Minnesota Legislature to better serve African-Americans. The event takes place tomorrow (Tuesday, Oct. 25) from 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m. at Sabathani Community Center, 310 E. 38th St.,…

Pop-up restaurant coming to North Minneapolis Oct. 16
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Pop-up restaurant coming to North Minneapolis Oct. 16

For one night in October, Gerard Klass – “Chef Klassico” – will transform Breaking Bread Cafe for a unique dining experience. On Sunday (Oct. 16), Klass will serve a three-course menu of classic dishes with an urban twist. The chef-inspired menu will reinvent comfort food, with an up-scale presentation and created from modern techniques. The…

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