White Earth constitutional reform stalled by infighting

PHOTOS: White Earth Council (left to right): Tara Mason, Secretary/Treasurer; Steven "Punky" Clark, District I Representative; Erma Vizenor, Chairwoman; Kenneth "Gua" Bevins, District III Representative; and Kathy Goodwin, District II Representative (Top).

“The people of White Earth voted for a new constitution, and a judge upheld the validity of that referendum.


Nano Days: Exposing Sabathani youth to nano technology

Nyles Carpenter (far left) with Nano Days participants.

On Saturday, April 4, 2015, the Sabathani Community Center, in collaboration with the Bakken Museum, the Science Museum, the University of Minnesota, and S.E.L.F.


Latino renters allege mistreatment in Lyndale

Two Q.T. Property building in South Minneapolis.

Inquilinos Unidos por Justicia (United Renters For Justice), along with several leaders of the Lyndale Neighborhood Association (LNA), gathered outside the


Sing Our Rivers Red raises awareness of missing and murdered Indigenous women

The smell of roasting espresso and justified indignation greeted visitors of the Pow Wow Coffee shop, and adjoining All My Relations art gallery on Friday, April 10th.


Seward Coop names new manager for ‘Friendship’ store

Photo by James L. Stroud, Jr

Raynardo Williams at “Friendship’ construction site

In the United States over the last four decades, more and more people in general and people of color in particular have gradually become familiar with the benefits of healthy eating and health food


Star Tribune’s article on Minneapolis Urban League intentionally misleads

The April 13 article by Star Tribune Reporter Alejandra Matos, “Minneapolis Urban League Under Fire for Potential Double Billing” was intentionally misleading and failed to share the true fac


U, tribe aim to improve Native diets

Health problems tied to poor diets and nutrition have persistently plagued Native American communities across the country. 
To help alleviate this issue, the Unive
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