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Causes That Could Lose If MN Voter Restriction Amendment Passes

Click on Photo to Hear How Voter Restriction Amendment Passage Would Adversely Affect Food Policy and Labor Rights

“You think you got problems now,” warned Congressman Keith Ellison. “If they pass this (Voter Restriction Amendment), food policy will look worse than it looks now. Cuts to nutrition programs will accelerate. Tax cuts to the wealthiest will expand.” Continue Reading →

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NCRT Didn’t “Wander in Circles” Following North Minneapolis Tornado, Says Louis King

Click on Photo to Hear Interview with NCRT Leader Louis King

Following last year’s May 22 tornado that devastated North Minneapolis, a coalition of nearly 60 local organizations came together to form the Northside Community Response Team (NCRT) to confront both the short-term and long-term needs. Continue Reading →

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Does North Minneapolis Need Pie in the Sky Ideas or Roofs Overhead?

Click Photo to Hear Opinions on How the City Should Help North Minneapolis

Nearly a year after the tornado that ripped through North Minneapolis, opinions vary greatly on what the poverty-stricken community needs most from local and state government. Should the City introduce “pie in the sky” ideas or focus on more immediate problems? Continue Reading →

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Winona LaDuke Speaks on Biocultural Diversity, Language and Environmental Endangerment

Native American activist, environmentalist and writer Winona LaDuke speaks today at the University of Minnesota’s Institute for Advanced Study about biocultural diversity, language, and environmental endangerment. Continue Reading →

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