In early March, my friend and co-conspirator LyLy shared this article with me. When she sent it, six Asian women hadn’t yet been murdered in Atlanta. The historic white supremacy and racialized violence faced by
Today I Woke Up
by Breanna Ellison, TakeAction Minnesota Organizer Like so many of you, I am hurting. This is not the first time black people have been forced to witness the trauma of our black relatives’ suffering,
Tough Questions (Restore the Vote Block Party)
Join the Leaders of the Justice 4 All (J4A) Program Tuesday, September 27th at 5pm as we host the Restore the Vote MN Coalition for a Block Party, door knock
‘We know what the problem is’: Forum offers perspectives on racial disparities in Minnesota
If there was one message that Angela Glover Blackwell and several local leaders wanted to stress Wednesday at a forum on race and equity in the Twin Cities, it was
Justin Terrell, Saying YES to Ending our Racial Jobs Gap
On Monday morning, November 5th, Arthur Cunningham was working on his resume in the computer lab next to the TakeAction Minnesota Northside “Get out the Vote” Action Center. Arthur is
Martha Skold, Ugly Words Harm All of Us
A few weeks ago, on a morning talk show on KDWB, a song was written and performed by Steve LeTart entitled “30 Hmongs in a House”. The lyrics are full
Victori Vu, And They Thought That Was Funny?
Growing up, I used to be a KDWB listener. I’d tune in every morning as it kept me company on my drive from home to college every day. I was
Dai Thao, Go Back to Your Country, But This IS My Country!
My family and I came to Minnesota in August 1983. We came here as political refugees from Laos. My father joined the war when he was 14. Almost all my