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Outdoor Activist Anthony Taylor-Theba Balances Culture and Nature

“It’s not a bike ride. The bike is the vehicle we are using, but it's more about introducing people to a place they live...
Two young girls brush a pinto pony.

How The CREW Connects BIPOC Youth to Horses and Hopes to...

Across a pasture of tall grass, brown, black and white horses munch on hay and shake their manes in the wind. Behind a stable,...

Reflections on 9/11: “I look at it as my Pearl Harbor.”

I am of an age that I can remember precisely where I was when I learned of an airplane flying into the World Trade...

What Does Back to School Mean for the Critical Race Theory...

The start of the academic year is underway, as thousands of Minnesota parents and students begin school for the fall. But while educators prepared their schools to...

A DNA Test Brings Together Unaware Korean Sisters Half-a-World Away

  When I was adopted from South Korea to the U.S. in 1971, I thought I came with just my Korean name, Lee So Ra, a...

How COVID-19 Exacerbated Inequalities in Health Care for the BIPOC Community

This article was originally published on NextAvenue.org. Parents, siblings, grandparents and children: They are among more than 600,000 Americans killed by COVID-19 since it was first detected...

The Minneapolis Music Scene is Blossoming in New Colors

“Only now are the lanes being forced open for Black and brown artists,” said Jon Jon Scott, head of local music label Sound Verite...

Trial & Tribulation: Why Are Cookouts So Important for Black Joy?

Between a global pandemic that refuses to go away, the murder of George Floyd and subsequent protests heard round the world and the trial...

ThreeSixty Journalism Explores Intergenerational Trauma

  This video originally broadcast as part of Almanac.  READ A TRANSCRIPT OF THE VIDEO Cathy Wurzer: Twin Cities PBS once again participated this summer in the ThreeSixty...

8 Out of 10 Gun Shot Victims in Minneapolis Have Been...

  Bishop Richard Howell, Jr. lowered his voice, held his hands three feet apart and said he could not count how many funerals bore caskets...