Dear Dr. Nekima Levy-Pounds: Please provide a detailed accounting of what happened to over $3 million for the Minnesota African American Museum. You were the chairman of the board and nobody knows (the black public) what happened to the money?
Rather than focusing on Grant Nichols, we (concerned citizens of Columbia Heights) should ask: Is the person who the Mayor is giving the city of peace award is allegedly linked to terrorists?
It’s all about the sad deferment of Black Lives Matter in north Minneapolis; because they don’t – just ask the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED), Minnesota Department of Transportation, Met Council, MNSure…
When an icon ascends to a higher conciseness of being, there is always another to icon to step in and continue important conversations the people need to hear. Tune in on Monday, August 1 (6AM) to Twin Cities News Talk Radio’s “Up and At Em” AM 1130/FM 103.5 – (click here for live stream-iHeartRadio) as the “Angry Black Guy” Donny Allen joins Lump (Sam) and host, Mr. Andrew Lee for a program that be to say the least an euphony (the quality of being pleasing to the ear, especially through a harmonious combination of words) of dialog.
I, as a black man, a black instructor was profiled by these officers.
Ms. Wielinski, I cannot stand with the professor or her arguments on white supremacy, but from my vantage point, there is a challenge within the hiring construct of the Park Board. It is racist, bigoted and in 2015-16 does send black “qualified” professionals back to the time of “White Only drinking fountains.”
“…Children are not bad from the beginning; they only imitate their atmosphere.” Sexuality song by PRINCE By Clique Vehemence, Guest Columnist – Our Black News North Minneapolis has been a hot-bed of gun violence since…
KEEP OUT! There’s been a few things suggested: cutting out parts of the rides or even putting a fence around, which would not, in my view, be very practical.”
If DEED’s mission with the Pathways to Prosperity program is to “help educationally under-prepared adults succeed in well-paying careers by integrating basic skills education and career-specific training in fields where new skills are in high demand,” then why did DEED ignore grassroots, community agencies in north Minneapolis after contacting them and requesting they apply for the grant?
Tune in this Wednesday at 8:30pm for one of the most important community programs to hit the airwaves in 2016. Our special guest is north Minneapolis pastor Jerry McAfee. Phone lines will be open.