Today in the Daily Planet


“Northfield man will bicycle 2,000 miles to support homeless families in Vietnam”:
By Tom LaVenture, Asian American Press
Scott Parker will ride from Oregon to Northfield as part of the Catalyst Foundation’s homeless project

“Willmar project helps Latino teens find their voice”:
By Marco Fernandez Landoni, La Prensa de Minnesota
Ten Willmar teens produced TV and radio spots to highlight community issues

“Pioneering Hmong educator looks ahead”:
By Amber Schadewald, Minnesota Women’s Press
Charter school founder Christianna Hang has lofty goals for herself and her school

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“Oromia chief administrator forges new ties with U.S.”:
By Julia N. Opoti, Mshale
In a nod to the burgeoning Oromo population in the Twin Cities, chief administrator Abadula Gemeda met with business leaders and community members

“‘Choreographic’ is world-class fun”:
By Jeffrey Kalstrom,
The photo-dance exhibit at Minnesota Center for Photography nimbly combines image and movement