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Givens Black Books: March Book Discussion Events

Givens Black Books: March Book Discussion EventsThe Givens Foundation for African American Literature is presenting Givens Black Books: March Book Discussion Events as part of its Community Reading Campaign. Master storyteller Nothando Zulu this month leads free, public events celebrating the literary contributions of historical novelist Jewell Parker Rhodes.
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Rapid Transit corridors throughout the metro

The Metropolitan Council is taking public comments on amending the region's long-range Transportation Policy Plan (TPP) to include light rail transit (LRT) for the Bottineau Transitway in Hennepin Cou...
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An evening with Ta-coumba Aiken: Celebrating our similarities and differences

 An evening with Ta-coumba Aiken: Celebrating our similarities and differences Spend an evening for part two of An Evening with tpt's MN Original series creating art through various mediums with internationally recognized Twin Cities artist, educator, and community activist, Ta-co...
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Dads: May I have this dance?

Dads: May I have this dance? Positive Image 1st Annual Father Daughter Dance was held at the Crowne Plaza in Brooklyn Center, on Sunday, February 10, 2013. A community-sponsored, formal, elegant and fun-filled evening for girls a...
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JustSpeak: Unlearning racism requires taking positive (affirmative) action

JustSpeak: Unlearning racism requires taking positive (affirmative) action The recent racist incident at Washburn High School of Minneapolis, in which a black doll was hung (lynched), is disturbing. We are living in the 21st century. And yet, not too long ago in 2003 Duluth,...
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