The CAP board, fully responsible, sat by and let Bill Davis, his son and many more unmentioned people and agencies eat out of the pot meant for keeping utilities running for poor and unfortunate residents of Minneapolis. It’s time we start getting some answers from the stratified Negroes and white folks who sit on these board in poor communities.Read More
I guess my first question would be who died and put the Minneapolis Urban League in charge of black people? It seems to me this ought to be enough for the governor and state legislators to question the validly of encumbering $75 million dollars in an effort to fix generational disparities.
Community engagement does not mean asking the same group about another group because one might not have a connection. On the streets it’s called “Street Cred” – you might look like me, but you do not know me.
How do we hold schools and other institutions accountable to end the arrest and incarceration of African-American girls?
It was Socrates who said, “I cannot teach anybody anything; I can only make them think.”
As an attorney, it seems like the Minneapolis NAACP president does not want to follow her own unit’s bylaws. Read them below in a tamperproof PDF file. By Don Allen, Publishers and Member – Minneapolis…
By Edie Schmierbach firstname.lastname@example.org | Posted: Thursday, October 22, 2015 7:45 am MANKATO — Sudanese immigrant Chuol Yat easily relates with the struggles of young people in his home country, especially when it comes to…