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The Minneapolis Urban League and MN ACORN, two community organizations in North MInneapolis, have joined together to form SHARC (Sustainable Homeownership & Anti-Foreclosure Response Center) in an eff

Liberia has endured fourteen years of civil war and is finally beginning to return to normalcy.

Local supporters are preparing for next month’s Minnesota Caucus. KFAI’s Jon Collins looks at endorsements for Obama by prominent Minnesotans.

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Pioneering legislator Neva Walker, the first black woman to be elected to the Minnesota House has decided not to run for a fifth term.

A public hearing was held at the the Ramsey County Courthouse to discuss a rezoning proposal to make way for a Trader Joe’s grocery store in St. Paul’s Highland Park neighborhood. St.

We present another installment of Who’s Spinning Who, a regular segment by Cyn Collins, a Twin Cities arts and culture writer, author of West Bank Boogie, and substitute music programmer on KFAI.

Protesters representing the Coalition to March on the RNC and Stop the War marched January 2 on a route they intend to follow regularly until the Convention in September.

Esther Ouray is a self-described theater artist and cultural worker in the Twin Cities. She recently returned from a peace delegation:http://www.ifpbdel.org/ to Jerusalem.

The Communiversity of MN presents an hour-long conversation on racism on college campuses in Minnesota. Host Mahmoud El-Kati, former professor at Macalester College, is joined by Dr.

Critics have showered the film Juno with the kind of praise every screenwriter dreams about.