Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans (MACV) is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization that has been assisting veterans for over 26 years. Each year MACV receives more than 25,000 contacts, inquiries, and requests from veterans across the state. In 2015, MACV comprehensively served over 1,950 veterans and their families throughout Minnesota who were homeless or experiencing a crisis that could lead to homelessness – and the need for services continues to rise.The mission of MACV is to provide assistance throughout Minnesota to positively motivated veterans and their families who are homeless or experiencing other life crisis. I
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.”
“Today, we are announcing a new way for business to connect with U.S. Bank Stadium” said Michele Kelm-Helgen, chair of the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority. “By opening up a process where all businesses can register as a preferred vendor, we know they are interested in doing business with U.S. Bank Stadium. In this way, we are opening up opportunities to small businesses and women and minority owned businesses.
The MN Department of Veterans Affairs has alienated black professionals.
You know who you are…yes you; the people who run nonprofit agencies in the poorest part of town and wouldn’t be caught dead walking in the streets after 7 pm. You have designed and maintained…
Editors note: DOD-run stores, known as commissaries, sell food to active-duty and retired military personnel and their families at prices that are lower than what private grocers charge. Nearly $104 million of the $6.2 billion in total…