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Aug 04th

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Community dialogue on racial and ethnic fairness in the courts

Community dialogue on racial and ethnic fairness in the courtsJudge Pamela Alexander convenes a community dialogue on racial and ethnic fairness in the courts, 6:30 - 8:30 PM Wednesday evening May 18th, 2011 at the Powderhorn Park Recreation Center in Minneapolis Minnesota. 

Alexander, former  Assistant Chief Judge at Hennepin County District Court., is president of the Council on Crime and Justice, which is sponsoring the dialogue in cooperation with The Fourth Judicial District Equal Justice Committee.

Event organizers say the community dialogue invites residents and stakeholders to “let your voice be heard by providing insights, perceptions, and experiences as the Justice System aims to best fulfill their mission of providing equal access and justice under the law for the citizens of Hennepin County.”
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Doors open at Northside Women’s Space

Doors open at Northside Women’s Space “At Kwanzaa we share our stories, we’re called to make the world a better place. You can preach to people or you can help people, we are Christians doing Christ’s work,” said Deborah Isabelle a 3M emp...
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Franconia Sculpture Park expands to Northeast Minneapolis

Franconia Sculpture Park expands to Northeast Minneapolis Franconia Sculpture Park—a well-loved destination for day-trippers and artists alike—experiences a spring renewal each year, as new artists arrive at the park to make sculpture, staff prepare the grou...
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Governor Mark Dayton unveils administration’s focus on jobs

Albert Einstein is credited with saying, “Problems cannot be solved at the same level of awareness that created them." Thomas Edison often said, “Opportunity is missed by most people because it looks ...
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Rainbow, Roundy’s Foundation donate more than $31,500 in food and money to Twin Cities food pantries

Rainbow, Roundy’s Foundation donate more than $31,500 in food and money to Twin Cities food pantries Rainbow Foods and the Roundy’s Foundation’s Focused on Feeding Families tour made a stop in the Twin Cities.  A truck loaded with food pulled into the Lake Street Rainbow store (2919 26th Ave S) on We...
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