The Caldwell’s are a father and son artistic force impacting the Northside with their art. Charles Caldwell is a veteran artist, well-known in North Minneapolis with dozens of paintings canvasing various Northside locations, perhaps his most noticeable work is the Welcome to North Minneapolis mural that greets residents and ...Continue Reading
The Center for Economic Inclusion appreciates the opportunity to comment on the draft Minneapolis 2040 plan as the City finalizes this important document that will guide the investments in infrastructure, development, and planning that position Minneapolis as a world-class city over the next 20 years. The Center for Economic ...Continue Reading
Ange Hwang believes that honoring other people’s experiences can change your worldview. We agree. For the last two decades Ange has been on a mission to connect the disconnected through multimedia arts, technology and community organizing as co-founder of Asian Media Access in North Minneapolis. Determined to use her voice to ...Continue Reading
Charles Adams, Jr is a legend with legacy. His devotion to the Northside community is genuine. During his tenure as head coach for the North High Polars, Adams has done what no other coach has, become the first African American head coach to win a Minnesota state football championship. Watch the latest video in the documentary series, Northside Storyville, capturing the creative, innovative and visionary people who live, work and play in North Minneapolis.
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Statement from Tawanna Black, CEO Center for Economic Inclusion, in Response to the State of the City by Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey Contact: Tawanna Black 612-351-8212 firstname.lastname@example.org Doug Stone 651-336-9907 email@example.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Minneapolis May 24, 2018— I congratulate ...Continue Reading