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African immigrants warm up to Osseo School Board Racial Equity Policy

African immigrants warm up to Osseo School Board Racial Equity Policy

African Immigrant Services which has spearheaded a spirited effort in the Osseo School District that spans two years has come out in support of the district’s educational equity policy that…

Obama urges Trump not to scrap Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

Obama urges Trump not to scrap Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

One of President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign promises was a strict crackdown on immigration to the United States. In that promise, he expressed commitment to ending many of President Barack Obama’s…

United Nations Association of Minnesota announces new board members

United Nations Association of Minnesota announces new board members

The United Nations Association of Minnesota has appointed ten new board members for terms beginning January 2017. The slate of new board members was voted on and approved at the…

What immigrant communities can do to prepare for a Trump presidency

What immigrant communities can do to prepare for a Trump presidency

Two days after Donald Trump’s victory, immigration experts told reporters to keep a close eye on the president-elect’s transition team and his appointments to key government positions, for clues as…

Actress and Singer Holly Robinson Peete to keynote Minneapolis Women of Color expo

Actress and Singer Holly Robinson Peete to keynote Minneapolis Women of Color expo

The GATHERING! Women of Color Expo founded by veteran power marketer Sharon Smith-Akinsanya will be held Saturday and Sunday November 12 and 13 from 10am to 6pm on both days.…

Kenyan-Americans to form new credit union

Kenyan-Americans to form new credit union

Starting 2017 or early 2018, when Kenyan-Americans in Minnesota and eventually the rest of the United States need to obtain a mortgage, or send money to their kin in Kenya,…

Somali-American outreach workers bridge divide between community and government

Somali-American outreach workers bridge divide between community and government

This story is courtesy of the Star Tribune. The author of the story, Faiza Mahamud, is Mshale’s Associate Editor but is also a reporter at the Star Tribune. They are…

State-backed Twin Cities People of Color Career Fair planned

State-backed Twin Cities People of Color Career Fair planned

The Twin Cities, home to the largest per capita number of Fortune 500 companies in the  nation, is gearing up to host one of the largest  state sponsored career fairs…

Stima makes push for the Kenya Diaspora pie

Stima makes push for the Kenya Diaspora pie

Stima Investment Co-operative Society, the investment arm for members of Stima SACCO in Kenya, is continuing its push for a bigger slice of the Kenyan Diaspora market in the United…

Election delay in Somalia raises risks of manipulation, United Nations warns

Election delay in Somalia raises risks of manipulation, United Nations warns

A new delay in Somalia’s elections is a matter of “immediate concern,” raising fears that the process is being politically manipulated and that the latest postponement may only be one…

Books for Africa Children’s Book Walk is September 24 and David, the son of baseball legend Jackie Robinson, is the Grand Marshall

Books for Africa Children’s Book Walk is September 24 and David, the son of baseball legend Jackie Robinson, is the Grand Marshall

David Robinson, son of baseball legend Jackie Robinson will be the grand marshall at Books for Africa’s Children’s Book March taking place tomorrow (Saturday, September 24) starting at 10:30am. Robinson,…

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