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Coalition fi ghts against legislative cuts

Coalition fi ghts against legislative cutsOn Tuesday, Jan. 4, Minnesotans gathered on the front steps of the Minnesota State capitol Building in St. Paul. Organized by the Minnesota Coalition for a People's Bailout, the action coincided with the opening of the Minnesota State legislature.

Linden Gawboy, of the Twin Cities-based Welfare Rights Committee said, "Because of the recent election, right-wing Republicans have control of the Minnesota House and Minnesota State Senate. In the past several years, we have seen them come up with crazy ideas - based on poor-bashing, racism and greed. They have tried to take away the programs and services that we need to survive, especially now, in these times."
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Living Spirit UMC shares the gift of Dr. King

Living Spirit UMC shares the gift of Dr. KingLiving Spirit UMC will celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Sunday, January 16th. Church member Virginia Richardson will deliver a keynote address on, “The Gift of Dr. King and the M...
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Food: Where do you get it and What do you do with it

Community gathering asks North Minneapolis residents to discuss "Food: Where do you get it and What do you do with it"

On Thursday, Jan. 13, The Northside Healthy Eating Project (NHEP) will host a comm...
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Martin Luther King, Jr’s legacy at M L King Park

The first meeting of a series of public meetings to focus on how best to honor Martin Luther King, Jr at a southwest Minneapolis park named after the civil rights leader will take place Jan. 6 at 6:30...

Hunger increases across America

Reports that corporations that received federal bailout dollars are doing better, even making a profit, gives many economists a reason to smile.  Unfortunately, that corporate cheer isn’t trickling do...
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