Minneapolis Police describe investigation into missing 25-year-old as “open and active.”
On the front lines in senior centers, nurses often feel pressure to earn money and invisible if they get sick
A group of Somali entrepreneurs in Minneapolis say they are being racially profiled at a private gym in a video that has gone viral.
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.
Pandemic means no gatherings at mosques and other large venues: ‘Nobody thought this could happen in our lifetime.’
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
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.
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.
Ntawm tsab cai tshiab no, yuav pub cov lagluam muag khoom siv rov qab qhib nrog rau kev txwv kom neeg tsawg thiab cov kev tuaj sib ntsauv uas muaj txog 10 leej lossis tsawg dua, nrog rau chaw teev hawm, yuav rov muaj cai ua tau dua lawm.
Amarkan cusub ayaa dukaamada tafaariiqda ah u saamaxaya in si xaddidan dib loogu furo. Waxaa kale oo la ogolaaday in ay dad gaadhaya illaa 10 ama ka yar ay ku kulmi karaan meelaha lagu cibaadaysto.
Bajo la nueva orden, los negocios minoristas podrán reabrir con capacidad limitada y se permitirán nuevamente las reuniones de grupos de 10 personas o menos, incluso en lugares de culto.
Under the new order, retail businesses will be allowed to reopen with limited capacity and group gatherings of 10 or fewer people, including at places of worship, will be permitted once again.
Tuaj rau hnub Monday no, yuav rov pub cov lagluam muag khoom siv qhib dua tiamsis yuavtsum tswj kom neeg tsawg thiab cov kev tuaj sib ntsauv kom muaj 10 leej lossis tsawg dua, nrog rau chaw teev hawm, yuav rov muaj cai ua tau dua lawm. “Qhov no yuav muaj feem mus taus zoo lossis tsis zoo,” tus nom tswv coj lub xeev tau hais.
El lunes, los negocios minoristas podrán reabrir con capacidad limitada y se permitirán de nuevo las reuniones de grupos de 10 personas o menos, incluso en lugares de culto. “Esto va a funcionar o no va a funcionar”, dijo el gobernador.
Laga billaabo Isniinta, ganacsiyada qaarkood ayaa dib loo furi doonaa si xaddidan, waxaa kale oo la ogolyahay in 10 qof iyo wixii ka yar ay isku meel ku kulmaan, sida meelaha lagu cibaadaysto. “Arrintani ama way shaqayn doontaa ama ma shaqayn doonto,” Walz ayaa sidaas yidhi.
Come Monday, retail businesses will be allowed to reopen with limited capacity and group gatherings of 10 or fewer people, including at places of worship, will be permitted once again. “This is either going to work or not work,” the governor said.
County and immigration agency have not been ‘deliberately indifferent’ to the possibility of detainees contracting COVID infection, judge says
Challenger ends his campaign against first-term Democrat, saying she listened to his concerns that she was not engaged with the district.
India already is tense because of laws widely seen as discriminatory; now Muslims are being attacked for allegedly spreading coronavirus.
Said Salah Ahmed recalls his journey from Minnesota to reclaim his lost film and a piece of Somalia’s cinematic history.
Some employees at the facility say the retail giant isn’t doing enough to protect them after six co-workers tested positive. They fear the disease will spread beyond the warehouse walls into their communities. The company calls the allegations “unfounded.”
Incumbents say online process that chose a pair of second-generation immigrants was flawed, and that they might run in August primary.
Proponents say city should speak out on human rights but others question whether it should single out India.
State Medical Assistance compensates for pre- and post-natal remote services, but not for online birth assistance, leaving doula businesses scrambling to make up for loss of income.
This is the right time for the Somali business community to discuss ways to tackle post-coronavirus challenges and to prepare for future crises, writes Hudda Ibrahim.
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Renters like Jose Cadena Ramirez are forced to make tough choices between buying food and paying rent.
Last month, 62 detainees filed a petition for release, arguing that the jail was fertile ground for the COVID-19 pandemic to spread, putting their lives in danger.
Since the plant opened in 1964, the number of hogs processed in Worthington has increased fourfold, to over 20,000 per day. The plant also employs a greatly-expanded workforce, which is largely foreign-born.
Business tenants with no customers during the COVID-19 lockdown seek help from their landlords. Often, the requests are met with silence and late fees.
The pandemic this year has tempered the joy of Ramadan. Large gatherings at the mosque aren’t possible. Still, Twin Cities Muslims are finding ways to share the spirit, and put their faith in action.
Volunteers with U-Adeeg, a Somali-led effort, pack and deliver groceries to elderly people in need.
The call to prayer will be broadcast five times a day throughout the month of Ramadan, which began Thursday evening.
“I look forward to leveraging my relationships with leaders and organizations in Saint Paul and across the state so that, together, we can create a Minnesota where people and communities thrive,” Pahoua Yang Hoffman said in a statement.
A federal magistrate judge will make a recommendation on whether to release the detainees in the coming days.
Cov tib neeg uas tau nyiaj tsawg muaj feem cuv npe rau kev pab them nqi tsev, tsis hais seb yog cov neeg muaj hom ntaub ntawv nyob tebchaws no licas li.
Los residentes de bajos ingresos pueden solicitar asistencia para la vivienda, independientemente de su estatus migratorio.
Dadka dakhligoodu hooseeyo ayaa dalban kara kaalmo dhinaca kirada ah, iyada oon la fiirinaynin xaaladooda soo-galootinimo.
Low-income residents may apply for housing assistance, regardless of immigration status.
Thanks to a new partnership between the city of Minneapolis and community members, Muslims in Minneapolis will be able to hear the sound of adhan as they hunker down in their homes.
Detainee Alexis Gomez-Galeana and others watch in fear as COVID-19 spreads in ICE facilities across the country. County and federal officials say they’re taking precautions, but inmates say they aren’t enough.
Shaqo la’aan ma kugu dhacday xilligan ay musiibadan socotay? Ganagsigaagii arrintan darteed ma loo xidhay? Waxaan ka jawaabeynaa su’aalihiina ku saabsan noocyada kaalmo ee ay heli karaan reer Minnesota.
¿Perdió su trabajo durante la pandemia? ¿Se ha visto obligado a cerrar su negocio? Respondemos a sus preguntas sobre los tipos de asistencia disponibles para los minnesotanos.
Puas yog koj poob haujlwm vim qhov kev kub ntxhov? Puas yog koj lub lagluam raug yuam kaw? Peb teb koj cov lus nug txog cov hom kev pab uas muaj rau cov tib neeg hauv Minnesota.
Lost your job during the pandemic? Has your business been forced to close? We answer your questions about the types of assistance available to Minnesotans.
Whether challenging an expansion of the federal “public charge” rule or battling price gouging in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the former director of the Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota works to protect the state’s newest residents.
Los grupos de apoyo están pasando a la divulgación digital para ayudar a impulsar la participación.
Advocacy groups are migrating to digital outreach to help boost participation
Language barriers and a lack of internet access could cause inequities to widen during the COVID-19 pandemic
Amewoke Adamaley is one of hundreds of foreign-trained doctors in the state who face hurdles to practicing here.
Americans in Kenya take to social media to tell their stories as prescription medications, diapers, and patience run low.
The state has launched a helpline to address uptick in discrimination against Asian Americans during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Financial assistance for renters and small business owners is on the way, thanks to new and expanded programs in Minneapolis.
Chris Bellmont, the principal at Gideon Pond Elementary, described Qorsho as a “game changing educator.”
Five detainees, who spoke to the Sahan Journal via videophone from inside the jail, said social distancing is impossible.
Congregants of Masjid Hamzah al-Mahmood Foundation responded overwhelmingly to the imam’s call for volunteers to make non-medical face masks. The work has helped fill an important need. It’s also helped reconnect worshippers who’ve been apart during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Recruited by her daughter, who is a student at the University of Minnesota, Hawa Elmi is helping to fill the personal protective equipment gap in Minnesota.
From online masses to drive-through confessions, Catholic churches in the Twin Cities find new ways to assist their parishioners.
Over the past several days, shop owners Maly Vu and Morgan Thao and others have sewn 800 masks.
He leaves the Minneapolis City Council to become the first Somali to head a government agency in Minnesota.
Last Saturday, more than 3,000 people tuned in to watch a concert featuring the ghazal singer’s son, Kamran Mehdi Hassan.
A partir del lunes, los maestros de los distritos y de los “charters” activarán sus planes de “aprendizaje a distancia”—enseñando a sus estudiantes de K-12 quienes están en la casa, sin importar si esos niños/as tienen acceso a una computadora o al internet.
Laga bilaabo Isniinta, macallimiinta iskuulada degmooyinka iyo kuwa charter-ka ayaa daah-furi doona qorshayaashoodii ahaa “waxbarasha aan fasallada la fadhiisanin” — “distance learning” — iyaga oo waxbaraya ardada K-12 ee guryaha jooga, iyada oo aan la fiirinaynin in carruurtaasi ay haystaan internet ama kumbuyuutar.
Pib Hnub Monday, cov xibfwb ntawm cov koog tsev kawm ntawv thiab cov tsev kawm ntawv charter yuav pib lawv qhov hu ua “kawm ncua kev deb” – uas yog qhia ntawv rau lawv cov menyuam kawm ntawv qib K-12 uas nyob hauv tsev, tsis hais tus muaj los tsis muaj kev siv internet lossis siv hlwb hlau.
Starting Monday, teachers will activate their “distance learning” plans — teaching their K-12 students who are at home, regardless if those children have access to the internet or a computer. The state is ordering Minnesota schools to remain closed through May 4 as it grapples with the COVID-19 outbreak.
A group of detainees have filed a petition to be released from Sherburne County jail. County officials say they are taking precautions.
Xeev Minnesota tus Governor Tim Walz tsab cai hais kom nyob hauv tsev, tsim los npaj pab txo kom tus kabmob COVID-19 kis qeeb zuj zus nyob rau lub xeev thiab kom tsis raug sab, yog ib kaujruam loj uas cov tib neeg yuavtsum nyob twj ywm hauv tsev tshwj kiag tias yog mus rau tej yam tseemceeb heev xwb.
Amarka bandawga ee uu soo saaray Badhasaabka Gobolka Minnesota, ee ulajeedadeedu tahay in lagu hakiyo in cudurka COVID-19 uu ku sii fido dhammaan gobolka oo dhan, laguna yareeyo saamayntiisa guud ahaan, ayaa ah tallaabo adag oo dadka ku amraysa in ay guryahooda joogaan haddii aysan jirin wax aad iyo aad muhiim u ah oo ay guryaha kaga bixi karaan.
La orden del Gobernador de Minnesota Tim Walz de quedarse en casa es un paso dramático que requiere que las personas permanezcan en la casa a menos que sea absolutamente necesario salir. La intención es frenar la propagación del COVID-19 para minimizar su impacto en todo el estado.
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz’s stay at home order, intended to slow the spread of COVID-19 across the state and minimize its impacts, is a dramatic step that requires people to stay home unless absolutely necessary.
Isabella Wreh-Fofana came to the U.S. in 2002. Now, she’s working to keep Minnesotans healthy, despite a lack of protective equipment.
Owner Abdirahman Kahin and other volunteers brought meals to apartment buildings where elderly East African immigrants live.
How a bigoted remark at the grocery store exposed how some in my community see me in the age of COVID-19.
Concerns about the coronavirus are threatening to cancel the Tokyo Olympics, but Sunisa Lee of St. Paul can’t let that thought deter her. She’s been preparing for the games for most of her life. If she earns a spot, she’ll become the first Minnesota gymnast in more than 30 years to make the lineup — and the first Hmong American athlete ever to represent the United States at the Olympics.
After recent announcements by state regulators curtailing the operations of many local businesses to slow the spread of COVID-19, restaurant and shop owners consider their financial futures.
Sahan Journal wuxuu si hoose ula soconayaa waxa ku soo kordha cudurka koronafayras-ka (coronavirus) ee gobolka Minnesota. Noogu soo dir su’aalahaaga iyo wax kasta oo war ah ama xog ah ee la xidiidha koronofayras-ka: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sahan Journal está siguiendo de cerca los acontecimientos en Minnesota relacionados con el coronavirus. Envíenos sus preguntas, sugerencias o información relacionada con el coronavirus al correo electrónico: email@example.com.
Sahan Journal is closely tracking developments in Minnesota related to the coronavirus. Send us your questions or any news tips or information related to the coronavirus: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sahan Journal yeej raws qab cov xovxwm tshiab txog tus kabmob Coronavirus hauv xeev Minnesota. Yog koj paub dabtsi ntxiv txog tus kabmob Coronavirus no losyog koj muaj lus nug, xa tuaj rau peb ntawm: email@example.com.
Out of his clinic in the Powderhorn neighborhood of Minneapolis, Jesus De La Torre dispenses massage, natural remedies, and advice, all with gusto.
Churches and mosques are scaling back or canceling services, shopping mall traffic is dwindling and people are stocking up on basic supplies.
Yam kabmob tshiab coronavirus, lossis COVID-19, pib kis thoob tebchaws America lawm, thiab txog Minnesota lawm. Koj puas muaj lus noog txog coronavirus? Xa koj cov lus noog tuaj rau peb, es peb mam teb li peb teb tau.
El nuevo coronavirus, también conocido como COVID-19, se está expandiendo por todos los Estados Unidos, incluido Minnesota. ¿Tiene usted preguntas sobre el coronavirus? Envíenos sus preguntas a través de este formulario y las contestaremos lo mejor que podamos.
Cudurka cusub ee koronafayras-ka wuxuu ku faafayaa gobolada wadanka oo dhan oo ay Minnesota ku jirto. Ma qabtaa wax su’aalo ah oo la xidhiidha cudurka koronafayras? Fadlan noo soo gudbiya wixii su’aalo ah ee aad qabtaan, waxaana ku dadaalaynaa in su’aalihiina aan ka jawaabno.
The new coronavirus is spreading in states across the country, including in Minnesota. Do you have questions about the coronavirus? Submit them to us and we will do our best to answer them.
For some Asian Minnesotans, running out of rice is not just inconvenient. It’s reminiscent of the Vietnam War.
When child protective services took Nimo Khalif’s children from her custody, she pleaded to the Somali community for help. Now, for the first time, she’s being charged with felonies of child abuse.
Minnesota’s seen enrollment drop for immigrants in key government benefit programs for reasons that aren’t clear. Observers say people may not need the aid in a growing economy. Others point the finger at the effects of Trump administration policies.
In a case that’s drawn the attention of Somalis worldwide, a Polk County prosecutor said Monday that a Somali woman whose children were removed from her care may face child abuse charges.
Minnesotans support refugee resettlement in their communities by a wide margin, according to a new MPR News/Star Tribune Minnesota Poll.
Starting this week, the federal government is expanding the scope of its “public charge” rule, a move that will make it tougher for some immigrants to access public aid. Here’s what you need to know.
Hmong community leaders are scrambling to set the record straight after an online post falsely claimed that federal immigration agents had arrested hundreds of people at a popular St. Paul market. Its posting set off a frenzy, playing on the fears of a very real proposal by the Trump administration to deport some Hmong and Lao immigrants.
The Walz administration’s move comes after state officials spent the past year listening to concerns from employers about worker shortages and concerns from immigrant and refugee communities about the barriers they face to getting hired.
Haji Yussuf says the congresswoman is focused too much on her national profile and not enough on the district and that he’s heard the concerns of people from all walks of life as he drives for Uber.