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Celebrate Kwanzaa with Family Day at The Minnesota History Center

Celebrate Kwanzaa with Family Day at The Minnesota History Center










The Minnesota History Center invites guests to celebrate family, community and culture during Kwanzaa Family Day. This year, the celebration falls on Dec. 29, the fourth day of Kwanzaa and highlights Ujamaa, or "Cooperative Economics," which focuses on building and maintaining African American stores, shops and other businesses. Meet business owners, artists and emerging entrepreneurs and be inspired by their work and their stories.
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United States: At home in beloved community

United States: At home in beloved community In November I received an email from Christian Peacemaker Teams (CPT) describing the 21st Century Freedom Ride, asking if someone would be willing to represent CPT on the trip. After reviewing the web...
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Patina Park heads Division of Indian Work

Patina Park heads Division of Indian Work When Noya Woodrich moved into her new position with the Greater Minneapolis Council of Churches five months ago, she and the board of the Division of Indian Work set an ambitious goal of having a new ...
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Boom Island Brewing earning a name in the craft brew industry

Boom Island Brewing earning a name in the craft brew industry North Minneapolis really does have it all – wonderful people, beautiful parks, a thriving arts community, dozens of great restaurants and now, a brewery.
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Black Music America Channel celebrate 28 years of broadcasting

Black Music America Channel celebrate 28 years of broadcasting Pete and Kim Rhodes owners of BMA channel 937 will host an anniversary and holiday celebration on Friday December 21, 2012, 4-7pm at The Dakota Jazz Club, 1010 Nicollet Mall in Minneapolis. The event ...
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