(NewsUSA) - Each year, more than 350,000 cardiac arrests occur at locations other than hospitals, and more than 20 percent occur in public places, according to the American Heart Association. CPR, especially if performed immediately, can double or triple the odds of survival for someone in c…
(NewsUSA) -We do not know what will come out of the meeting between President Trump and Xi Jinping at the G-20 on June 28, but the signs are ominous. The state-promoted anti-American propaganda blasting U.S. "bullying" on trade and the resurgence in Chinese nationalism stoked by Xi Jinping a…
(NewsUSA) - Mata Amritanandamayi, or Amma, as she is called, is a world-renowned humanitarian and spiritual leader whose life of service has inspired millions of people to help others.
(StatePoint) Plastic pollution is a crisis for communities, oceans and waterways, according to environmental experts, who point out that supermarkets -- as major contributors to the growing problem -- are in an important position to acknowledge and address the issue.
(NewsUSA) - San Juan, Puerto Rico - 23 de mayo de 2019 - El huracán Maria fue la tormenta más letal en la historia moderna de Estados Unidos. Casi dos años después personas siguen afectadas, incluyendo a muchos jóvenes puertorriqueños. "La única manera de crear conciencia sobre un problema, …
(StatePoint) With so many negative messages about masculinity floating around these days, some say it’s important to spend some time focusing on the positive. Doing so can help give men the confidence they need to be their best selves.
(StatePoint) The definition of an overachiever is someone who goes above and beyond their daily responsibilities to make a positive impact on the world.
In a time of so much uncertainty and division, public lands are an invaluable resource to connect us to nature and each other.
YOKOSUKA, Japan – Seaman Azar Abdulkadir, a native of St. Paul, joined the U.S. Navy to create a better opportunity to get herself to law school.
Jote Taddese, the president of the board of directors of Books for Africa (BFA), has been named a winner of the 5th Annual Voices Magazine awards.
(StatePoint) Native Americans serve in the U.S. military at a higher rate per capita than any other population group and have done so since the American Revolution. Yet there is no monument or memorial in the Nation’s capital that commemorates the contributions of American Indians, Alaska Na…
With Mother’s Day having just passed, I can’t think of a better time to highlight the works of a powerful organization of mothers in the North Minneapolis community.
Finnovation Lab, a social business catalyst that helps local entrepreneurs launch and scale their ventures, announced a second cohort of their Finnovation Fellowship Program, with applications being accepted through May 15.
In 1994 over the span of 100 days, nearly a million Tutsi were killed in Rwanda.
(NewsUSA) - Hurricane Preparedness Week runs from May 5-11, 2019 and the hurricane season starts June 1st. Millions of Americans could avoid personal and financial stress during power outages caused by hurricanes through a key home improvement, having a Cummins QuietConnect Home Standby gene…
St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter announced engagement opportunities for community members to learn about and provide feedback on the city’s Climate Action & Resilience Draft Plan.
Every day, I take the bus from the Best Buy Park and Ride in Richfield into work in downtown Minneapolis. I choose to ride public transportation for the convenience, cost savings, environmental benefits, and the time it allows me to get centered before and after work. However, not every prof…
The Time’s Jerome Benton will host the PRN Alumni Foundation and MidAmerica Talent Purple Paisley Cocktail Party & Panel.
Today (April 22) through April 27 the City of Brooklyn Center in partnership with Brooklyn Center Community Schools (BCCS) will host its first joint health promotion initiative that includes a week of events focused on improving health and wellness in the Brooklyn Center community.
For National Financial Literacy Month, OneUnited Bank, the nation’s largest Black-owned bank, presents its ninth annual “I Got Bank” financial literacy contest, where 10 children will win a $1,000 savings account.
The Minneapolis City Council has approved the City’s vision, mission and values as part of the Strategic and Racial Equity Action planning process – a framework that seeks to ensure the implementation of racial equity goals.
The YMCA recently opened a new Equity Innovation Experience, developed with the Science Museum of Minnesota and community partners.
(NewsUSA) - This year marks a milestone for Junior Achievement (JA), a non-government organization that prepares youth for future jobs by teaching them about entrepreneurship, money management, and career planning, as it celebrates its 100th anniversary.
(StatePoint) The words “veteran,” “hero” and “patriot” usually evoke images of men. Many people are not aware that some 3 million women are currently serving or have served in the U.S. Armed Forces beginning with the American Revolution. Their stories are largely unknown.
MILLINGTON, Tenn. – Navy Midshipman Patrick Hennessey from St. Paul participated in the 2018 winter Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) ship selection draft as a future member of the Surface Warfare Officer (SWO) community.
In recent months, families who have lived for years in six townhomes at 35th Street and Bloomington Avenue have been returning to a completely renovated and updated building.
Two new public artworks have been installed at North Minneapolis parks along 26th Avenue North; Christopher Harrison’s “Aqurbane” at Theodore Wirth Parkway and Esther Osayande’s “Purple Raindrop” at Farview Park.
The St. Paul City Council approved more than $1 million in grants for 34 organizations to fund arts and culture projects as part of the 2018 Cultural STAR Program.
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- Junita’s Jar: Cookies with a message
- Karl Benson named president, CEO of the Minnesota Black Chamber of Commerce
- Minneapolis police ask for the public’s help in identifying bias-motivated assault suspect
- Ivy McGregor: Our North Star
- Former chair of city’s Human Rights Commission running on a platform of change, inclusivity and planning expertise: Maurice Harris runs for Golden Valley City Council
- Minneapolis Police Inspector Eddie Frizell to lead Metro Transit Police Department