How Black Visions Collective Is Sustaining a Revolution

Co-founder Oluchi Omeoga shares Black Visions’ approach to Twin Cities transformation, from public safety to spaces of healing
Because salons and barbershops have been off limits, Excelsior Firefighter Thom Brown received his first trim in 8 weeks from administrative assistant Ana Faturri.

Photo Essay: Minnesota’s Frontline Workers

From stocking shelves to testing folks for COVID-19, those on the front lines take risks for our comfort and care

Twin Cities Photo Project Celebrates Frontline Workers

On Instagram, Katie Howie highlights the sacrifices and heroism of our neighbors amid COVID-19
Protester holds up sign saying "It's a privilege to educate yourself about racism instead of experiencing it!!!"

Why You Should Diversify Who You Follow on Social Media

With just a few clicks, you can combat racism and supplement what you consume online
Headshot of IllumiNative founder Crystal Echo Hawk

New Art Fund Amplifies Local Indigenous Voices

Nonprofit IllumiNative is helping five Minneapolis artists call for justice

George Floyd’s Memorial Site: Where Tributes Intersect

Visitors paid respects with a dreamcatcher, an elevation ceremony, artistic face masks, and more

MDH Commissioner Jan Malcolm on Minnesota’s COVID-19 Response

The head of Minnesota Department of Health on keeping residents safe during the pandemic
Mural in honor of George Floyd by artist Jose Dominguez.

Minnesota Artists Pay Tribute to George Floyd Through Public Art

Jose Dominguez is among the many local artists who have created pieces to honor Floyd

Why This Man Gave Free Haircuts at George Floyd’s Memorial Site

Michael Hampton shares his thoughts on wealth inequality, the importance of education, and the vitality of the barbershop
Mike Max interviewing protesters

WCCO’s Mike Max on Covering the George Floyd Protests

The long-time sports anchor showed Minnesota the humanity in the midst of chaos