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Kenyan Songbird Amani to Perform in Minneapolis

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Most East Africans are quite familiar with her music, especially herhits "Missing ma Baibe,” “Bad Boy ft. Nyashinski” and “Ninanoki” withNameless." Amani, Kenya's top female artist and most popular in themusic scene, is currently touring the U.S. Amani started singing whenshe was six years old, performing in different talent shows, but herprofessional music career begun about eight years ago.

Iowa Immigration Raids Meant to Sidetrack U.S. Voters, Activists Say

MINNEAPOLIS – The arrests on Monday of 390 undocumented immigrants at a meat packing plant in Postville, Iowa, was a tactic to distract the nation from the failures of the Bush administration, Minnesota immigrant activists said Friday.

Somali Teen’s Murder Unearths Generational Conflict in Community

 Abdullahi Awil Abdi’s death presents Somali immigrants with an opportunity to resolve cultural conflicts and unite a community many feel is neglected by governments.

HIV Infections Increase Among Africans in Minnesota

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A recent report by the Minnesota Department of Health, the “HIV/AIDS Surveillance Report” says that the number of new HIV infections has increased among all state demographics including African-born immigrants.

Kenya’s Daystar University to Open Science and Technology Center

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MINNEAPOLIS – A Christian university based in Nairobi is opening a science and technology center in an effort to steer its graduates towards building an industrialized Kenya, the institution’s chancellor said.

Global Warming: Africa Will Suffer the Worst if we Don’t Act

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Global warming is a reality and not a myth. That is why I strongly advocate for Africa’s active participation in joining the global coalitions addressing this important issue as it is our planet and our lives that are at stake.

Global warming is a reality and not a myth. That is why I strongly advocate for Africa’s active participation in joining the global coalitions addressing this important issue as it is our planet and our lives that are at stake.

Nollywood: Too Compelling a Story to Ignore

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Accordingto urban mythology, Nollywood, as the Nigerian film industry has been dubbed,owes its birth partly to an excess of blank videotapes that flooded the Lagos streets in 1992. The source: a single businessman.

Taxi Driver at Dawn, Somali TV Cameraman by Noon

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MINNEAPOLIS — Before the firstlight shines over the Mississippi River, Siyad Salah is already on the roadoutside Minneapolis,driving a taxicab for a living. By early afternoon, he’s carrying around hisvideo camera, interviewing and shooting images for his volunteer work at alocal Somali television station.

Youth Against Violence

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A Poem In Memory of Abdullahi Awil Abdi

Eat Healthy to Stay Healthy

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When refugees arrive in the United States they can encounter many new foods, including chips, soda, candy and fast food. For some refugees this food represents a new life and they eat too much of it.

Spring Cleaning: Tax Records You Can Throw Away

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Spring is a great time to clean out that growing mountain of tax and financial papers that clutters your home and office. Here's what you need to keep and what you canthrow out without fearing the wrath of the IRS.

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