A year ago, Black business owners in the Twin Cities were connected with financial experts to help learn how to move their businesses forward. On Wednesday night at the Capri Theater, their successes were celebrated.
Racist language built into some homeownership documents in the Metro area is surfacing and getting undone.
A Minneapolis teenager is tumbling into history with a surprise recruitment landing her on the inaugural gymnastics team at a historically Black college in Alabama.
"Black Men Teach" is molding the next generation of elementary school teachers, and organizers say a partnership with a major Minnesota foods manufacturer has been paramount to their success.
Dr. Charles E. Crutchfield III was a trailblazer in the medical field. He ran a private practice in Eagan for a number of years, served as a clinical professor at the U of M Medical School and worked with the Twins, Vikings, Timberwolves, Wild, and Lynx.
You're immediately surrounded by beautiful things the moment you step foot into MartinPatrick 3, and that's by design.
Buying a home is one of the most expensive and stressful life events. It can be an even more emotional experience for families who are relocating to Minnesota from a state where they feel their rights are under attack.
Approximately 10,000 Minnesotans are living with HIV and 300 more are diagnosed every year. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the first organization in the state dedicated to supporting them.
Six days a week, volunteers at Open Arms Minnesota dish up comfort food for people who are critically or chronically ill.
For more than 20 years, BiCities has been giving a voice to an often misunderstood faction of the LGBTQ community through a weekly public television program. Today, the co-hosts say their mission is more important than ever before.
The longest running LGBTQ radio show in the country is celebrating 45 years on the air, broadcasting from the KFAI studios in Minneapolis every week since 1978.
Archival collections like at the University of Minnesota play an essential role in gathering, storing, and making accessible critical artifacts that speak to the history and experiences of the LGBTQ+ community.
In a studio wired for sound at the High School for the Recording Arts, a pair of 8th graders have traveled from their nearby Catholic school to lay down a rap with a message.
According to a Minnesota state report, more than 36% of students in Minnesota identify as students of color. But only 6% of the teacher workforce is diverse. It's a disparity that one local organization has been tackling for 15 years.
Studies show that students of color stay in school longer when they have a teacher of color in class. Now, a new nonprofit is working to get more Black teachers into the classroom.
A school founded by two African immigrants is set to become the Twin Cities metro's first hair braiding school.
Alongside the Mississippi River, the Prairie Island Indian Community honored its Dakota history and culture on Sunday, at this year’s winter carnival. But in a big change this year, for the first time ever, the event was open to the Red Wing community.
Here's a list of events celebrating Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. this weekend in the Twin Cities and beyond.
The University of Minnesota Law School is partnering with a global law firm to establish a new diversity scholarship and fellowship program.
It sat vacant for decades. Now an old building on West Broadway in north Minneapolis is serving a new purpose.