Youth

Young Men Commit to Change: EMERGE Celebrates the North 4 Banquet

Photos By: 
Madeline Graham

The North 4 participants with their completion certificates.

On Friday, February 6th, EMERGE celebrated the achievements of the most recent group to complete the North 4 program.

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Parents: Raise Your Children to be Artists and Entrepreneurs

From the book, Excellent Sheep by William Deresiewicz:

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First homeless Youth Shelter to open in “African suburb” of Brooklyn Park

Credit: Tom Gitaa

The first of its kind in a Minnesota suburb, a homeless shelter for youth in the City of Brooklyn Park, will open tomorrow (Saturday, Jan. 31) during an open house to celebrate the achievement.

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Student documentary explores media portrayals of women

This documentary explores how the media portrays women and how that affects how women see themselves. It specifically links media portrayals with body issues and eating disorders in women.

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HN county attorney challenges staff to reduce Black youth incarceration

Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman (Credit: Charles Hallman)

Taxpayers nationwide pay an estimated $8 to $21 billion each year to keep juveniles in jail according to a December 2014 Justice Policy Institute report, which found that the national average confi

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Lawmakers listen as educators share ‘achievement gap’ success stories

As Minnesota leaders in K-12 education continue to work toward their shared goal of narrowing the achievement gap, the House Education Finance Committee is looking t

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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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