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‘Bring Back 6th’ launches campaign to reverse 80 years of Twin Cities history, and restore communities demolished to make way for Olson Memorial Highway.
St. Paul has a plan to pursue more equitable education by closing and merging schools. But immigrant parents say it would hurt their communities.
We asked a Minnesota family physician how to keep our families safe from COVID-19 this holiday season—without retreating into isolation (again).
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¿Le da miedo a su hijo que le pongan la vacuna? ¿Sentirán los niños dolor o efectos secundarios después? ¿Qué deben hacer usted y su hijo para prepararse para recibir la vacuna? Esperamos que estos vídeos proporcionen información útil para los padres y los niños de nuestras comunidades. Gracias a UCare por su apoyo generoso…
As rebel forces approach the capital, Ethiopia faces a possible government takeover. Minnesota’s immigrant communities are worried for their relatives back home.
Employers are offering raises, bonuses and training. In the midst of a surge in COVID-19 cases, Minnesota still needs tens of thousands more health care workers.
The construction of the 35W freeway meant destruction for Black neighborhoods in Minneapolis. A new museum exhibit looks back at the damage.
Sahan Journal wins national independent news award for its work reaching immigrant communities in Minnesota
Sahan Journal receives Google News Initiative funding to collaborate with community news organizations that broadcast in Spanish, Hmong, and Somali.
Immigrant students rally to save a small St. Paul high school from closing. ‘It feels like you belong in this country,’ a recent graduate says of the program.
The Metro Blue Line Extension is finally moving forward. But some fear it will drive up rents and force them to leave.
‘We have a different story to tell’: As anchors Chenue Her and Gia Vang move up in the television news industry, they bring a new perspective with them.
The most diverse city council in Minneapolis history might also be the weakest. We asked new council members how they hope to operate under a strong mayor system
Last winter, Minnesota struggled to get the COVID vaccine to people of color. This fall, the state is trying to get the rollout right for kids 5–11.
This year, Minnesota school-board meetings endured a backlash against diversity. On Election Day, three suburban districts elected Somali Americans for the first time.
Three young Democratic Socialists elected to Minneapolis City Council are eager to pass progressive policies to benefit the city’s working class.