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Mshale Congratulates Tony Okafor

Mshale Congratulates Tony Okafor

Tony Okafor of Financial Solutions Mortgage Corporation in Brooklyn Center has earned certification as a small commercial lending expert, through The Capital Loan Program, by successfully completing a comprehensive online…

Mshale Endorses Obama, McCain for President

Mshale Endorses Obama, McCain for President

America’s policy on Africa is not an issue that is likely to take center stage during the 2008 presidential election. But that does not mean that we Africans have no…

Minn. Department of Health to Fund HIV/AIDS Education

Minn. Department of Health to Fund HIV/AIDS Education

The Minnesota Department of Health will spend $250,000 over the next 21 months to fund public health nonprofit organizations dedicated to HIV/AIDS testing, care and education, an official said.…

Judge Crump Retires

Judge Crump Retires

Mshale congratulates Hennepin County Judge Harry Crump (right) on his retirement after serving 20 years on the bench.…

Gaskins is New Head of League of Women Voters

Gaskins is New Head of League of Women Voters

ST. PAUL, Minn.  – The board of directors of the Minnesota League of Women Voters appointed local attorney Keesha Gaskins, as the organization’s executive director, according to an announcement released…

I-35 Tragedy

I-35 Tragedy

August 1st, 2007 is a day that many Minnesotans will remember for years to come. When news broke that the bridge over the Mississippi River on interstate 35W had collapsed…

Keesha Gaskins Takes The Helm at Minnesota Women’s Political Caucus

Keesha Gaskins Takes The Helm at Minnesota Women’s Political Caucus

The Minnesota Women's Political Caucus on Monday announced the hiring of Keesha Gaskins as its executive director. The formal announcemnt comes exactly a week before the Caucus holds its Founding…

Conflict Resolution Training Sessions

Conflict resolution and mediation are needed in the work place and in organizations where arising ideas and different personalities might result in conflict.…

Congressman Payne Calls for Stronger U.S. Action Against Vulture Funds

Congressman Payne Calls for Stronger U.S. Action Against Vulture Funds

Yesterday, Congressman Donald M. Payne, Chairman of the Subcommittee on Africa and Global Health, held a hearing on the topic "Vulture Funds and the Threat to Debt Relief in Africa:…

Ghana’s Education Trails 50 Years Behind

The issue of further reforming Ghana’s education system raises interesting questions in the context of the on-going debate about integrating Ghanaian/African values and experiences in Ghana’s development process.…

African Democracies for Sale

Some of the most important threats to democracy in Africa are the International Republican Institute (IRI), USAID and other international NGO’s that are directly funded by the…