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West African Family Community Services closure is hurting community

West African Family Community Services closure is hurting community

Editor’s note: The following is an open letter to the media signed byВ Fr. James N. Wilson II, a West African Immigrant and Priest in Charge, Holy Trinity Episcopal Church and…

Early voting starts September 23 in Minnesota

Early voting starts September 23 in Minnesota

Starting Friday September 23, if you are eligible to vote, you can start casting absentee ballots in Minnesota for the Nov. 8 general election. This is the first presidential election…

Son of Baseball legend Jackie Robinson coming to Minnesota from Tanzania to promote Books for Africa

Son of Baseball legend Jackie Robinson coming to Minnesota from Tanzania to promote Books for Africa

David Robinson, the son of baseball icon Jackie Robinson, will travel from his home on a coffee cooperative in Tanzania, to visit the Twin Cities Sept. 22-24 to talk about…

Rain damage versus flood damage: It matters for your insurance coverage

Rain damage versus flood damage: It matters for your insurance coverage

Storms with heavy rain in many parts of Minnesota have caused dangerous flash flooding and damage to property. Minnesota Commerce Commissioner Mike Rothman is offering guidance to homeowners about what…

Tuesday, August 9 is Primary Election Day in Minnesota

Tuesday, August 9 is Primary Election Day in Minnesota

Tuesday, August 9 is primary election day in Minnesota. Depending on where you live, there could be multiple races on your ballot or just one thing to vote for. The…

USAID Assistant Administrator to address forum on East Africa in Minneapolis

USAID Assistant Administrator to address forum on East Africa in Minneapolis

Minnesota’s 5th Congressional District Congressman Keith Ellison’s latest community forum will focus on the “The State of East Africa”. It will feature USAID Assistant Administrator, Linda Etim who has been…

African immigrants await key Supreme Court ruling on immigration

African immigrants await key Supreme Court ruling on immigration

The U.S. Supreme Court will announce its decision in United States v. Texas between now and the end of June. The outcome will determine the future of two immigration relief…

Acclaimed Mauritanian Griot, Noura Mint Seymali, coming to Minneapolis on February 19

Acclaimed Mauritanian Griot, Noura Mint Seymali, coming to Minneapolis on February 19

The Twin Cities has finally gotten lucky and will play host to the heir of a Mauritanian Griot lineage stretching back untold generations. The Cedar will host Noura Mint Seymali…

US Immigration extends Temporary Protected Status for South Sudanese

US Immigration extends Temporary Protected Status for South Sudanese

As the civil war in South Sudan has worsened, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) last week announced the extension of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for nationals of South Sudan.…

Minnesota African community to observe World AIDS Day on December 5

Minnesota African community to observe World AIDS Day on December 5

A coalition of African immigrants is holding its annual African World Aids Day (AWAD) on Saturday, December 5 at the В Sabathani Community Center in Minneapolis. The theme this year is…

The matter of Herbert Igbanugo and the Minnesota Supreme Court

The matter of Herbert Igbanugo and the Minnesota Supreme Court

The news of the suspension of longtime Twin Cities attorney Herbert Igbanugo hit the community like a thunderbolt this past May. The Minnesota Supreme Court suspended the high profile Mr.…