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Open letter to the community on The Links’ new youth program

Open letter to the community on The Links’ new youth program

Sep. 12 |   The Minneapolis-Saint Paul Chapter of The Links, Incorporated (The Links) is pleased to introduce a new and exciting program called “Links to Success…an African American Leadership Experience.” A year ago, The Links announced the suspension...

Father-son chess teachers ‘sound like buddies’

Father-son chess teachers ‘sound like buddies’

Jul. 18 | News Analysis By Dwight Hobbes Contributing Writer     Donald “DJ” Hooker, Jr. is a refreshing change of pace from the all-too-pervasive images of young Black males constantly recurring in the mainstream media. You know: the very picture...

Most agree MCTC needs  more faculty of color

Most agree MCTC needs more faculty of color

Jul. 11 |       By Vickie Evans-Nash Contributing Writer In last week’s story, one former and two current faculty members questioned Minneapolis Community & Technical College’s commitment to creating a diverse faculty. What may contribute...

What you can do to preserve Black history — and why you should

What you can do to preserve Black history — and why you should

Feb. 8 |     ”When you control a man’s thinking you do not have to worry about his actions. You do not have to tell him not to stand here or go yonder. He will find his ‘proper place’ and will stay in it. You do not need to send him to the...

We need Black solutions to Black problems – Critical thinking in the Black Independence Movement

We need Black solutions to Black problems – Critical thinking in the Black Independence Movement

Nov. 16 |     “Salvation for a race, nation or class must come from within.”            — A. Philip Randolph   Unless you are Herman Cain, you know that the Civil Rights Movement was ignited by young people tired of going through...