Minneapolis’s “Step Up” Turns 20
This week’s edition covers stories from December 29th to January 4th, 2023. Today’s issue is 812 words, a 6.2–minute read. Helene and Nyabang talk about Minneapolis’s Step Up program celebrating its 20th year, Drivers Licenses for All 2023, and Pele’s death. Helene here! With Isabella away this week, I’m excited to introduce you all to Nyabang, NewPublica’s Community Engagement […]
Minnesota Twins partner with local Chicano artist Jimmy Longoria
This week’s edition covers stories from August 25th to August 31st, 2022. Today’s issue is 804 words, a 6.2-minute read. Artist Jimmy Longoria interprets the Minnesota Twins logo, The City of Minneapolis and the Department of Human Rights sek to reach an agreement on consent decree, and Black women make history at the U.S. Gymnastics […]
Minnesota Makes English Language Programs Widely Available
This week’s edition covers stories from August 18th to August 24th, 2022. This issue is 950 words, a 7-minute read.
Results of the MN Primary Elections!
This week’s edition covers stories from August 4th to August 10th, 2022. This issue is 1,076 words, an 8.3-minute read. We’re discussing the Minnesota Primary election results in this issue. We’re also talking about Serena Williams’ retirement and the renaming of 2.7 miles of streets in Georgia in honor of Ahmaud Arbery. Local News: We […]
Is Weed Legal in Minnesota?
Weed Legalization Rally in New Jersey in 2014 📸 Mel Evans | Associated Press
Two Years Later in Minneapolis
The newly unveiled sign, officially designating the intersection as “George Perry Floyd Square”. 📸 John Autney | Pioneer Press