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Posts tagged with "Minneapolis Civil Rights Commission"

Local civil rights leader Matthew Little passes

Local civil rights leader Matthew Little passes

Jan. 29 |     By Dwight Hobbes Contributing Writer Matt Little is gone, leaving a legendary legacy. He was widely renowned and will be well remembered as a Civil Rights Era icon who held a soul-deep commitment to empowering the African American community....

Black Christians are hypocritical to deny LGBT civil rights

Black Christians are hypocritical to deny LGBT civil rights

Oct. 3 |   This letter is a response to the article “Marriage amendment divides Black Christians” [MSR, Sept. 20]. The division among “Black Christians” is the key phrase. Black Christians in favor of the marriage amendment are making a grave...

Can Minneapolis taxpayers afford the CRA?

Can Minneapolis taxpayers afford the CRA?

Feb. 29 |     Is it too expensive for the average citizen?   The Star Tribune story “New names, old pains on Minneapolis police review panel,” February 20, 2012, reported on what we have reported on for a decade: the slow, continued collapse...