Students address violence in hip-hop song
WE WIN Institute youth have penned a hip-hop song "Stop the Violence, Hands Up, Don't Shoot" to address police violence against African-Americans.
11 victims of domestic violence homicide in two months
The number of domestic violence homicide victims in Minnesota in 2015 has risen to 22, with the murders of Mona Turner and Grace Ann VanNorman.
Obituary: Vivret (Vi) Norman
Vivret (VI) Norman, age 99, of Minneapolis passed away September 17, 2015.
WE WIN Institute's griot invasion
The WE WIN Institute Griot Invasion of north Minneapolis at Bethune Park inspired incredible dance and movement from WE WIN Institute youth. For 10 weeks, under the leadership of Kenna Cottman, students learned the history of the Griot and the role of the dance Griot. A griot is an African storyteller.
Torii Hunter named Twins nominee for Roberto Clemente Award
Major League Baseball and Chevrolet announced that Torii Hunter was named the Minnesota Twins 2015 nominee for the prestigious Roberto Clemente Award.
St. Paul police-community dialogues
St. Paul's district councils have begun cross-cultural dialogues among community members and the St. Paul Police Department in efforts to bridge the divide between communities of color and law enforcement.
Families are going home
Over the years, watching hundreds of local families find brief refuge in Project Home, we saw the need to develop a program for those who needed and wanted more support.
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