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A group of Somali entrepreneurs in Minneapolis say they are being racially profiled at a private gym in a video that has gone viral.
Not in His Front Yard: Falcon Heights tells would-be vegetable gardener to hold the lettuce, hold the tomato, while it studies the menu
Quentin Nguyen wanted to rip out half an acre of sod and grow produce for his family and neighborhood. For now, it’s just piles of mulch and soil.
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Late in life, artist was ‘living his dream’ as work was shown at prominent Twin Cities venues.
Governor continues to urge caution, follow public health guidelines; no change for restaurants and bars.
Send us pictures, videos, audio and stories about how you celebrated Eid al-Fitr.
A civil war scattered Mohamed Omer’s family more than 30 years ago. He spent his life trying to unscatter them. But in his death, his daughter said, the separation was even worse: The family couldn’t even gather for a traditional Muslim funeral.
Two abstain, but majority says it’s important to speak up for religious rights
Business districts, including St. Paul’s Little Mekong, hit especially hard.
Bank buys buildings and will rehab them while members of Sky Without Limits Community work on an ownership model.
Dangers for people of color and immigrants in the workforce may increase as Gov. Walz eases stay-at-home order.
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