The Minneapolis Parks Foundation and the Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board recently announced the completion of the 26th Avenue North Overlook in North Minneapolis, the first new riverfront park space in the area since 2007. The Overlook is just one of a series of upcoming park projects aimed at reconnecting north and northeast Minneapolis communities […]
For the first time in 2019, with the support of the Carlson Family Foundation, the Minnesota Student Survey asked about sexual exploitation and found that 1.4% of survey respondents had traded sex for money, food, drugs, a place to stay or something else.
When students across Minnesota were sent home for distance learning, addressing inequities in internet access and technology became more important than ever before. It was clear these resources were essential to facilitate distance learning, access support services such as mental health, food and shelter, and maintain social connections.
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