Youth

GLBT Youth seek Safe Space

High school students often face challenges and discrimination as they work to discover and define their sexual identities.

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Teen Pregnancy Center keeps young mothers in school

The TAPPP, Teen Age Pregnancy and Parenting Program, is in three of the seven major public high schools in Minneapolis.

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Holding onto your heritage: Somali traditions keep family roots intact while chasing the American dream

Photo credit: ThreeSixty

My mother came to America for one reason and one reason only. The “American Dream.”

What she didn’t know was the land we held onto might be sacrificed for that dream.

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Coming back to your community: A nonprofit aimed at Somali women pushes for empowerment, education

Photo: ThreeSixty

Walking through the Sabathani Community Center in Minneapolis, a long, winding hallway greets me. The lighting is dim and the walls are bare.

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Trans Youth Support Network to close at the end of January

The Trans Youth Support Network, founded in 2004 after a series of acts of violence against young transwomen of color, announced on Tuesday that it will close at the end of the month.

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The Physics Force Circus and Natural Laws

The Physics Force Circus was held at the Northrup Auditorium at the University of Minnesota last Thursday January 15th.  It might not sound like the most exciting event on the surface but when

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New Phillips literary magazine to be unveiled January 29

“The Phoenix of Phillips”, a new literary magazine sponsored by the Semilla Community Arts program of St.

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Phillips Aquatic Center set to become reality

The existing six-lane pool built in 1972 is without water or swimmers today because it requires updating of safety improvements such as the drainage device. Implementing modified “Option B” would add two lanes to this pool and an additional four lane warm water specialty pool. (Credit: The Alley)

It has been another whirlwind month of looking for money everywhere we can to deliver on our promise to bring EQUITY, ACCESS & the OPPORTUNITIES that swimming can bring to all in Min

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Asian Americans in Science

Photo by Jim Moore. This photo is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic License.

Omnifest 2015 isn’t the only thing beginning this weekend at the Science Museum of Minnesota.

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