Rep. Keith Ellison

Video Replay- Helping North Korean Refugees

People are fleeing North Korea because of human rights abuses. A coalition of Twin Cities academic and peace organizations are bringing attention to that plight and how to help.

EDTalks: Mohamed Farah on mentoring Somali youth

Listen to Mohamed Farah who is co-founder and Executive Director of Ka-Joog, which enriches the lives of Somali-American youth in Minnesota through mentoring and guidance on education and employment. This month he joined other Minnesota leaders at the White House Summit on Countering Violent Extremism to talk about ways to prevent youth from being recruited by international extremist organizations.

Students, Faculty Protest $150K Pay Day For “War Criminal” Condoleezza Rice At U

The University of Minnesota apparently has a short and incomplete memory of Condoleezza Rice’s role as national security advisor and Secretary of State in the Administration of President George W. Bush. The U is paying Rice $150,000 to speak on campus Thursday, but nowhere in the U’s glowing description of Rice and her contributions can one find a hint of what Ms. Rice actually did while in power. Former FBI agent and 9/11 whistle-blower Coleen Rowley tells the UpTake what we should remember about Condi Rice. (More…)