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Apr 23rd

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Opening delayed, African American museum programming goes on

Opening delayed, African American museum programming goes onThe Minnesota African American Museum and Cultural Center (MAAM), which was originally scheduled to open its doors last June, has had to delay its opening several times since; while there’s currently no set date for the museum's permanent opening, the center continues its programming outside of the museum walls.
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Justspeak: Eliminating the Rolodex of inequality

Justspeak: Eliminating the Rolodex of inequality At a recent networking event for women in Raleigh, I listened as a panel of experienced women executives shared their experiences with the audience. One question posed was about how non-profit and cor...
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Breast cancer screening for women 40 & older

Open Cities Health Center (OCHC) is holding a breast cancer screening event on Tuesday, February 19, from 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the clinic’s Midway location at 409 North Dunlap Street in St. Paul.&nb...
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Open Cities dinner honors Black History Month

A free community dinner and health fair in honor of Black History Month will be held on Friday, February 15, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Dunning Recreation Center, 1221 Marshall Avenue, in St. Paul. Spon...
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Dr. Johnson to serve soup to community

Dr. Johnson to serve soup to community Members of the community and parents are invited to attend a Soup with the Supe event and engage in conversation with Dr. Bernadeia Johnson, superintendent of Minneapolis Public Schools.
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