Minnesota protects the right to gender-affirming care
This week’s edition covers stories from March 2nd to March 8th, 2023. Today’s issue is 822 words, a 6.3–minute read. Today’s edition:Isabella and Helene talk the Museum of Russian Art, the Uptown Theater, Cherry Pit’s performance at the Green Room,Drivers Licenses for All, and protecting gender-affirming care in Minnesota! Hello everyone! Helene here. A while ago, I learned that Minneapolis has one of […]
NewPrensa celebrates Black History Month!
Today’s issue is 900 words, a 7–minute read. Isabella and Helene talk Black History Month, SABER Magazine, The Green Room, The Grammys, and what’s behind Imposter Syndrome. Continue reading to find out more… Happy Black History Month, NewPrensa readers. Helene here! In this month’s next several editions, we want to celebrate and uplift Black creatives, activists, politicians, community […]
St. Paul’s Penumbra Theater Seeks Racial Healing
This week’s edition covers stories from October 20th to October 26th, 2022. Today’s issue is 711 words, a 5.5-minute read. Isabella and Helene talk about Owamni, Ondara, the Penumbra Theater, the harvest season, Indian food, and Ye. Good morning.Helene here. NPR recently released a story about Sean Sherman, otherwise known as the “Sioux Chef”. He’s the co-founder of Owamni, which you may remember because it […]
MN Chippewa Tribe Aims to Change Qualification for Membership
This week’s edition covers stories from July 28th to August 3rd, 2022. This issue is 634 words, a 5-minute read. We’re talking about the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe voting to remove “tribal blood percentages” as a qualification for tribal membership as well as the first traditional bark lodge in over 150 years. We’re also discussing Bad […]