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Blame it on Hip Hop holds first annual scholarship contest

Blame it on Hip Hop holds first annual scholarship contestIn honor of Hip Hop, the Minneapolis-based apparel company, Blame It On Hip Hop (BIOHH), is announcing their first annual scholarship essay contest, awarding (2) $500 scholarships to two students to advance their work in elevating Hip Hop culture. Graduating high school seniors and college students from across the nation are encouraged to write an original essay, answering one of the following "Big Questions:"
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Good Jobs, Green Future: Twin Cities janitors launch green cleaning campaign

Hundreds of Twin Cities janitors, joined by Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak, Saint Paul Mayor Chris Coleman and US Rep.  Keith Ellison, kicked off their campaign to make green cleaning a reality in the T...
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1931-2009: Isiah "Ike" Williams III was Jacksonville activist, newspaper publisher

1931-2009: Isiah Isiah "Ike" Jesse Williams III, lawyer, historian, community activist and former publisher of the Jacksonville Advocate newspaper, died Nov. 25 in a local nursing home. He was 78 and had been diagnose...
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Go green, get some green, help your neighbors

The Holiday season is a time when people give thanks and look for ways to help their community and neighbors in need.  The car you no longer need will help the environment, the community and your wall...
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Discussions focus on heritage preservation in Northside industrial areas

Minneapolis Community Planning and Economic Development (CPED) department says it will hold a meeting about heritage preservation in the industrial areas along the Mississippi River in North Minneapol...
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