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Dec 22nd

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2nd annual Twin City Health Summit

Studies continue to show African-Americans at greater risk of developing cancers and of finding cancers at later stages. This is why the American Cancer Society, along with NorthPoint Health and Wellness Center, Kappa Alpha Psi–St. Paul/Mpls Alumni Chapter, and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority–Mpls/St. Paul Alumnae Chapter are holding the 2nd annual Twin City Health Summit, on September 25, at UROC, 2001 Plymouth Avenue in North Minneapolis. Preventing cancer throughout the community will be the focus as local area residents will get practical and innovative tips to stay well and get well.
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Summit Academy OIC hosts Community Health Fair Open House for low income community residents

Students from Summit Academy OIC, located at 935 Olson Memorial Highway, in Minneapolis are hosting a Community Health Fair Friday, October 15, 1 – 3 pm to educate low-income community residents and m...
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Aamina Muhammad featured in dance showcase

Aamina Muhammad featured in dance showcase Aamina Muhammad, 17, daughter of Fatima Muhammad of North Minneapolis, will be featured in the 9 x 22 Dance/Lab Series at the Bryant Lake Bowl, 810 W Lake St in Minneapolis on Wednesday, September 22 ...

WE WIN Youth Garden

WE WIN Youth GardenAs you travel on Olson Highway (highway 55) in North Minneapolis, take a look at the south end of Zion Baptist Church. On the hill, you will see a beautiful garden that has flourished and produced ma...
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Stokely and Sylvia Williams: African American giants

Stokely and Sylvia Williams: African American giantsStokely Williams is known to most as the lead singer of the singing group, Mint Condition, which was started by Williams and his Central High School friends in the late 1980’s. He not only sings, but...
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