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Sep 16th

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ONE HOUR TELEVISION PROGRAM EXAMINES HOW PREDATORY FINANCIAL PRACTICES HARM PEOPLE AND COMMUNITIES

"Borrowing Trouble" on Conversations With Al McFarlane tapes Tuesday, April 30 during Financial Literacy Month in Minnesota"
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DAVID NOBLE LECTURE SERIES: Equal Pay for Equal Work

DAVID NOBLE LECTURE SERIES: Equal Pay for Equal Work Wednesday, April 24, 7 p.m.
Highland Park Library, Village View Room, 1974 Ford Parkway
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Give me my flowers while I yet live

Give me my flowers while I yet live A number of people gathered on Saturday, April 13th, at the Kellogg Square Residences-Boulevard Room to recognize one of St. Paul's African-American business pioneers, Mary Fletcher, and to celebrate ...
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Faith leaders challenge legislators to address disparities

On Thursday, April 4, 175 African-American clergy and members of the faith community held a rally at the Minnesota State Capitol Rotunda. On the 45th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s assass...
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Cold Weather Rule protections end April 15, Energy Assistance Program funds are still available

As Minnesota’s Cold Weather Rule, administered by the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission, ends – the PUC and the Minnesota Department of Commerce urge consumers to act immediately to keep the heat ...
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