Healthcare institutions in Minnesota continue to draw fire from minorities accusing them of entrenched racial discrimination.
Once upon a time, long, long ago (well, maybe not that long) in a land very far away called St. Louis, Missouri, a little girl would go to sleep at night to the soothing sound of either her mother or father’s voice reading or telling her a story at bedtime.
In the opening scenes of the movie Sankofa, the holy man Sankofa confronts the central character, Mona. Sankofa is the self-appointed guardian of the sacred grounds of a West African, former enslavement castle. Mona, a model of sorts, is intellectually and socially disassociated from her African ancestry and must revisit the past in order to move forward.