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Minnesota is known for many things. Good living, a good education system, the weather and home of iconic musicians like Prince.

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A decade ago, the iPad was yet to hit the market, Instagram and Snapchat didn’t exist and the nation was being guided at the capable hands of its first Black president, Barack Obama. 

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The Philando Castile Peace Garden Committee announced the launch of a fundraising campaign to enhance the Falcon Heights Peace Garden created in honor of Philando Castile, who was killed by a police officer in Falcon Heights.

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Editor's Note: The below op/ed was originally published as a letter to the editor by The New York Times. The Times is committed to publishing a diversity of letters to the editor. The op/ed is reproduced here by request.December 18 — Today the House of Representatives will vote on whether to…

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Shortly after the House Judiciary Committee voted along party lines to impeach President Donald Trump on Friday, December 13, members of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) held a conference call with publishers of the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA), the trade association …

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“While Minnesota homeownership rate is higher than the national average, the disparity in homeownership between whites and people of color is the highest in the nation. Three-quarters of the white population in Minnesota own their own homes, while less than a quarter of African Americans are…

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To say Cyntoia Brown’s life has been complicated is an understatement. Brown is a young, black woman sentenced as an adult to life in prison when as a teenager, she killed Johnny Mitchell Allen, a 43-year-old man, who had solicited her for sex. Brown maintained she killed Allen in self-defen…

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Mary Flowers Spratt:  I grew up with some white kids in Arkansas. Until we were 12 years old, I could call my friend by her first name. But as soon as she turned 12, then I had to call her Miss Ann.

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In the race to see who will faceoff against President Donald Trump in 2020 (provided he is not impeached in the House and convicted in the Senate) Democratic voters are narrowing down their choices.