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African Immigrant Conventions Need Policing

African countries are increasingly realizing that they can not alienate their citizens abroad if they are to succeed in revitalizing their economies.

Wynfred Russell’s Eye on OLM Presidency

Scholar says he is in the race and promises a new direction for the Organization of Liberians in Minnesota.

Wynfred "Billy Dee" Russell, a Liberian-born educator and longtime resident of Minnesota, announced Thursday that he will contest for the presidency of the Organization of Liberians in Minnesota, adding excitement to what is already braced to be a contentious election year.

Rain or Shine, Minnesota’s Afrifest Carries On

Rain is considered a blessing in most of Africa, but when it pours down on the weekend of a highly anticipated, first-ever outdoor cultural summer festival like Afrifest, one is left scratching their head in search of the good fortune.

West African Artists and Actor Shake the Twin Cities

July 21was a very busy night, as hundreds of fans flocked the auditorium at Armstrong High School for a night of action that included appearances by three prominent West African celebrities.

Cultural Experience in a Night Club


I am in the car with a few of my friends heading to a club. As we drive, old-school jams play from a CD and we are bobbing our heads up and down, side to side. I squeal joyfully every once in a while if the song is especially one that flashes fun memories of the past.

Miss Africa-USA Minnesota Preliminaries

In 1999 the second M-Net Face of Africa beauty pageant made history, when for the first time in African television an event was broadcast live to 42 countries Africa. Since then African beauty pageants have sprung up everywhere, both on the continent and in the Diaspora.

A Celebration of Culture, History and Freedom

The usually serene Theodore Wirth Park was buzzing with activity on Saturday, June 16th. Music could be heard as far as the car-lined street adjacent to the park as large groups of adults and children alike streamed down the numerous trails into the park for the Minneapolis Juneteenth celebrations.

African immigration lawyer steps above the bar

At a historic moment for immigration law in America, an African lawyer in Minnesota has made a little history of his own.

The Play Must Go On

For Liberians in America, it is going to be another summer of political drama and high suspense in courtrooms and congress chambers around the world.

African Mall in Minnesota

The African Food Market is located in the City of Crystal on highway 81, sandwiched between the Crystal Inn and a Carpet King next to the Crystal Airport. At 13,500 square feet, the structure is a symbol of the growing stature and impact the African immigrant community is having in Minnesota.

Unite for Sight

Anthony Smith, a Liberian man, sits outdoors at the Buduburam Refugee Camp in Gomoa, Ghana and reflectively explains the painful story of how he lost his eye site. Behind him stands a tree, waving in the wind and perhaps shelter to the chirping birds heard in the background.
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