Editor’s Note: This video was produced as part of a One Minneapolis project which sought to teach media and reporting skills to Northside residents who wanted to tell better stories about their neighborhood. The West Broadway farmers market has been going strong for four years now. It’s a place where residents go not only to buy healthy food, but create community.
Giant Steps is a conference like no other. Organizer Susan Campion and hip hop artist Brother Ali talk about how this event can bring people together to talk about the challenges they face as entreprenurs and artists. Check out the video to see why you should attend.
Preparing girls for their future
Don’t miss the interview on Saint Paul Neighborhood Network (SPNN) this week with Neda Kellogg, founding Executive Director of Project DIVA, a nonprofit organization working to provide resources for young women as they transition into adulthood:
Project DIVA came out of me as an adult realizing how many girls like actually go through the same thing that I felt growing up….I just wanted to be able to give girls a space where they can be asked, you know, “How are you doing?” Catch the full interview and article here on SPNN. Islamophobia vs.
Lowry Avenue in North Minneapolis hosted the season’s last Open Streets event. Photographer Mark Peterson was there to catch all the action. Check out the photos below.