Barway Collins funeral postponed to allow biological Mother to attend
Friday, 24 April 2015 12:23
Kari Mugo, Mshale
Community efforts to delay funeral arrangements for 10 year old Barway Collins whose body was found on April 11 in the Mississippi River in Brooklyn Center, weeks after he was reported missing have been successful. Family and community members were seeking to delay the funeral scheduled for Saturday April 25 to give his biological mother, Louise Karluah time to make travel arrangements to attend her son’s funeral.
Thursday, 23 April 2015 15:52
Daniel Getahun, TC Daily Planet
After more than a decade of working to give voice to underrepresented communities, Jeremy Iggers will be stepping down as Executive Director of the Twin Cities Media Alliance (TCMA) on May 6. A founder of the organization and its flagship local news website, the Twin Cities Daily Planet, Jeremy helped grow the organization from a training ground for citizen journalists to a hub for media classes and trainings for individuals, nonprofits, and small businesses. The board of directors would like to sincerely thank Jeremy for his creative vision and tireless work for so many years.
Gwen Moore supports higher wages for America's workforce
Wednesday, 22 April 2015 13:32
WASHINGTON, D.C. – In response to demonstrations across the country to spread awareness about the need to for a living wage and the right to collectively bargain, Congresswoman Gwen Moore (WI-04) released the following statement:
What are you reading? The top six books on leadership for social justice
Wednesday, 22 April 2015 13:25
Dr. Artika Tyner
Leaders are learners. Effective leadership begins with the process of learning through an exploration of leadership theories and the study of leadership profiles. A study of leadership serves as your "leadership compass," an indispensable navigational tool. This compass will aid you in developing your leadership skills and creating a vision for the future of social change.