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Online network will ease access to after-school programs in Mpls

Online network will ease access to after-school programs in Mpls

Apr. 27 | Fatima Muhammad hired to head project   The Minneapolis Youth Coordinating Board (YCB) has announced that it is developing an online network aimed at linking parents, caregivers and young people to after-school programs available throughout Minneapolis. The...

Help! We need family therapy

Help! We need family therapy

Apr. 26 |               As a mental health professional and someone who has deep concern for Black people and our future, I cannot stress the importance of family. The family unit is the foundation for your future. Whenever...

‘Loving Yourself’ healthcare event an enlightening experience

‘Loving Yourself’ healthcare event an enlightening experience

Apr. 22 | It’s scary to find out you’ve not been taking proper care of yourself     By Brandi D. Phillips  Contributing Writer   Responsible, elegant, determined, intergenerational, promising, informative: These are a few adjectives to describe...

Treating skin of color

Treating skin of color

Apr. 21 | Most skin diseases occur in people of all nationalities, regardless of their skin color. Certain problems encountered in the skin are more common in people with different hues of skin, and sometimes a disorder seems more prominent because it affects...

A community meeting with the MN Department of Corrections Commissioner

A community meeting with the MN Department of Corrections Commissioner

Apr. 18 | Department of Corrections Commissioner Tom RoyPhoto from mn.gov       New Salem Missionary Baptist Church and Peace of Hope welcome the entire community and the Department of Corrections Commissioner Tom Roy to a community meeting on...

Given much, foundation manager is passionate about giving back

Given much, foundation manager is passionate about giving back

Apr. 9 | By Isaac Peterson Contributing Writer   Tolá Oyewole is a self-described hard worker: “I am a hard worker almost to a fault,” she says. Over the years, many Twin Cities-area organizations and companies have benefited from Oyewole’s hard...

Pecking orders appear to be a universal human condition

Pecking orders appear to be a universal human condition

Apr. 9 | An unidentified young Black male resident of Frogtown told photographer Wing Young Huie, “It’s not just Black people. I know some Asians, and they got the mentality to kill somebody. It’s like everybody got their own little ‘hood.” Studying...

Treating skin of color

Treating skin of color

Apr. 9 | Most skin diseases occur in people of all nationalities, regardless of their skin color. Certain problems encountered in the skin are more common in people with different hues of skin, and sometimes a disorder seems more prominent because it affects...

Hair it is: Straight or natural, learn to love it

Hair it is: Straight or natural, learn to love it

Apr. 9 | Why does it seem like such a challenge to enjoy our natural abundance of strands growing on top of our heads? Doesn’t it seem odd how we can perpetuate the division amongst Black women down to the very follicle? It’s nearly impossible to make...

E3 Program gets kids — and parents — exercising,  eating better

E3 Program gets kids — and parents — exercising, eating better

Apr. 2 | Left: RCCS student Sarem has fun blind-testing food during the E3 Nutrition Class Trivia.Right: RCCS student Ishmael practices kickboxing, an activity in the school’s E3 Fitness Club.   A  new collaboration between St. Mary’s Health Clinics...