By Abeni Hill My name is Abeni Hill and I am having a crisis … a quarter-life crisis. It feels strange to write it. I remember the first time I identified that is what was happening.
By Abeni Hill – Ramsey County Commissioner Toni Carter believes in serving her community and that people from the community are the keys to change.
By Abeni Hill MSP TechHire empowers women and people of color, helping them to join the technology workforce. According to the MSP TechHire website, the growth of the technology industry creates a higher demand for people with training in information technology (IT), as well as software and programming. With MSP TechHire, the city of Minneapolis…
[caption id="attachment_20649" align="alignleft"]Janice Porter and Phillip Porter[/caption]In today’s society it seems that the constitution of marriage is not so sacred and weddings have become more of a fad.
Phillip Porter and Janice Porter are a husband and wife team who authored “Journey’s Till I Do,” a book about what gives marriages longevity.
[caption id="attachment_20523" align="alignleft"]Fatima Muhammad[/caption]Fatima Muhammad was named the after-school project director of the Minneapolis Youth Coordinating Board (YCB) last month.
[caption id="attachment_20272" align="alignleft"]Miata Smith[/caption]On Saturday, May 3 a benefit will be held for Miata Smith ,20, who underwent a bilateral lung transplant in November of 2013.
Through this journey, Munah Wotorson-Smith has called her daughter “Miracle Miata.”
For some, food can be as deadly as crack cocaine.
St. Paul native Cindy Traxler’s most recently published book, “Fried Chicken, Watermelon, and You,” confronts the social norms and practices that have weakened the African-American community to deadly measures. The inspiration for the book was sparked when Traxler’s mother began to go blind as the result of Type 2 Diabetes.