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Seward Co-op needs a community benefits agreement

Seward Co-op needs a community benefits agreement

Apr. 2 |             By Rakia Ameen Guest Commentator   I am a concerned citizen of the Bryant-Central neighborhood and would like to address some issues that are not only from me personally but from many of my fellow neighbors...

Historical background of African American cooperatives

Historical background of African American cooperatives

Dec. 11 | By LaDonna Redmond Contributing Writer   Mary Alice Smalls was a member of the New Riverside Café, a workers’ cooperative in the Cedar-Riverside community in the 1970s. Known as the Haight–Ashbury of the Midwest, Cedar-Riverside was a national...

African Americans in the Twin Cities co-op movement

African Americans in the Twin Cities co-op movement

Nov. 27 | By LaDonna Redmond Contributing Writer     “There were two African American owned co-ops in the Twin Cities,” according to Gary Cunningham, former staff of the old Bryant-Central co-op. Gary’s uncle, Moe Burton, was the energy behind...