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Lawyers of color names Levy-Pounds one of the most influential law professors in the U.S.

Lawyers of color names Levy-Pounds one of the most influential law professors in the U.S.

May. 5 | University of St. Thomas School of Law Professor Nekima Levy-Pounds is one of the most influential young minority law professors in the country, according to media and research company Lawyers of Color. Levy-Pounds was named to the company’s “50...

North Minneapolis mayoral forum disappoints community members

North Minneapolis mayoral forum disappoints community members

Oct. 24 | (top-bottom) Mark Andrew, Betsy Hodges, Jackie Cherryhomes, Don Samuels, Stephanie Woodruff     By Helen Duritsa Contributing Writer   When DeVon Nolen asked her question on food justice at the October 8 mayoral candidate forum at Folwell...

Mayoral forum focused on Mpls communities of color — Candidates acknowledged inequities but lacked solutions

Mayoral forum focused on Mpls communities of color — Candidates acknowledged inequities but lacked solutions

Jun. 12 |     By Jamal Denman Online Editor   On Thursday, June 6, the Sabathani Community Center in South Minneapolis hosted the One MPLS Mayoral Forum, giving candidate hopefuls the opportunity to address the questions and concerns of members...

Jerry Freeman of the Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder talks about his new novel

Jerry Freeman of the Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder talks about his new novel

Apr. 3 |     By Dwight Hobbes Contributing Writer   It’s said that those who can, do, and that those who can’t, teach. In the publishing racket, more than one grousing writer would attest that those who can’t do, edit. Not the case with...

Media justice activists develop racial equity pledge

Media justice activists develop racial equity pledge

Dec. 12 |   By Charles Hallman Staff Writer   Nearly 50 persons attended “A Gathering for Media Justice” held last weekend at Hamline University for community members and local non-mainstream media representatives. Sponsored by Community Action...

Congressional candidates’ radio debate ends in name-calling

Congressional candidates’ radio debate ends in name-calling

Oct. 24 |   Fifth-District rivals differ on debating vs. door-knocking   By Charles Hallman Staff Writer   With two weeks remaining before Election Day, have the voters in the Fifth District congressional campaign received enough information...
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