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Immigration Alert: Community Meeting for Liberians as DED and TPS about to end

Immigration Alert: Community Meeting for Liberians as DED and TPS about to end

Deferred Enforced Departure (DED) for Liberians which was extended in September of 2016 by President Obama for Liberians for an additional 18 months expires in two weeks from today, on…

City of St. Louis Park honors Somali-American community organizer

City of St. Louis Park honors Somali-American community organizer

The City of St. Louis Park’s Human Rights Commission has awarded its 2017 Human Rights Award to Fatuma Irshat. She received the award during the City Council meeting on March…

Focus on Mandela at upcoming Sommerfest 2018

Focus on Mandela at upcoming Sommerfest 2018

The Minnesota Orchestra will have Nelson Mandela as a focus in this year’s Sommerfest festival. It runs July 13 through August 1 at Orchestra Hall in downtown Minneapolis. The Minnesota…

US immigration agency removes “Nation of Immigrants” from mission statement

US immigration agency removes “Nation of Immigrants” from mission statement

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) on Thursday officially changed its mission statement by striking out the words “nation of immigrants” from it. The mission statement until this week read…

Alvin Kamara is NFL Rookie of the Year

Alvin Kamara is NFL Rookie of the Year

Saints running back Alvin Kamara won the AP Offensive Rookie of the Year at NFL Honors on Saturday. Kamara (28 votes) beat out Chiefs RB Kareem Hunt (21) and Texans…

Ethiopian Airlines to start non-stop service between Chicago and Addis Ababa

Ethiopian Airlines to start non-stop service between Chicago and Addis Ababa

Ethiopian Airlines is set to become the first Africa-based airline to have a direct flight from Africa to Chicago starting in June, the airline announced in a news statement to…

Dandies to benefit north Minneapolis sewing collective

Dandies to benefit north Minneapolis sewing collective

The annual Dandies Project book release party is fast approaching and will be held in Minneapolis’s Warehouse District on Thursday, February 15 from 6:00pm to 9:00pm. You don’t know what…

Hugh Masekela, musician and anti-apartheid freedom fighter, dies at 78

Hugh Masekela, musician and anti-apartheid freedom fighter, dies at 78

Hugh Masekela of South Africa, a celebrated musician famously known for his mastery of the trumpet and also an anti-apartheid fighter, died on Tuesday, January 23 in Johannesburg not far…

2017 Twin Cities Youth of the Year, Anaa Jibicho, heading to Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis

2017 Twin Cities Youth of the Year, Anaa Jibicho, heading to Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis

Comcast last week awarded Anaa Jibicho, a 17-year-old junior at Washington Technology Magnet School in St. Paul and a Boys & Girls Club member for 8 years, two tickets to…

Vieux Farka Touré to play at the Dakota in Minneapolis on Valentines Week

Vieux Farka Touré to play at the Dakota in Minneapolis on Valentines Week

Vieux Farka Touré from Mali, commonly referred by Americans as “The Hendrix of the Sahara” will bring his vibrant sound to Minneapolis on February 17 at the Dakota for one…

Warner Music in deal to stream catalog in East Africa

Warner Music in deal to stream catalog in East Africa

By Everlyne Mosongo of Music in Africa Warner Music Group has signed a licensing deal with Mdundo, one of Africa’s leading music service apps, to stream its catalog in Kenya,…

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