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Aug 04th

Unconscious bias: Is racism still alive?

Unconscious bias: Is racism still alive? This is a last of a three part series concerning the issue of whether racism is still alive in America, which the conversation was provoked by a rash of murders of, often times, innocent African-Ameri...
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Justice tech: Making jails and prisons work

Justice tech: Making jails and prisons work President Obama's impassioned call for criminal justice reform at last week's NAACP national convention was the latest sign that bipartisan criminal justice reform is on the way. In the midst of this ...
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Dr. Carlton Jenkins selected as new Robbinsdale Area Schools Superintendent

Dr. Carlton Jenkins selected as new Robbinsdale Area Schools Superintendent The Robbinsdale Area School Board announced last week that it offered the superintendent position to Dr. Carlton Jenkins, who verbally accepted. Dr. Jenkins will replace Dr. Aldo Sicoli who resigned t...
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Protect your teens with vaccinations

Protect your teens with vaccinations Did you know that younger teens need vaccines, too? As kids get older, the protection from some of their childhood vaccines begins to wear off. There are also new diseases that teens can come in conta...
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Extreme sacrifice calls for extreme commitment

Extreme sacrifice calls for extreme commitment Next week, the Minnesota Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction of the Church of God in Christ (COGIC) will celebrates 92 years of ministry and service to our community during its Holy Convocation. Congratulatio...
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UCare informational meetings on Medicare plan options and "Medicare 101"

UCare informational meetings on Medicare plan options and August events are free.

UCare will host informational meetings about its UCare for Seniors Medicare health plan options. UCare for Seniors has more than 93,000 members across Minnesota and western Wisc...
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