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Join us on February 26, 2021, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. for our ritual of actively imaging a world where justice and community healing are the end results. As we are Moving from Race to Culture: When Race Turns Our Worlds Upside Down, we will examine the mood of communities considering the preexisting conditions...
Minneapolis historically has been home to a small but vibrant African Americanpopulation. From the 1930s to the 1970s, an African American neighborhood flourished on the city’s Southside, between East Thirty-Fourth and Forty-Sixth Streets and from Nicollet Avenue to Chicago Avenue.   Read more at Minn Post
Elder Atum spoke with Soo Youn of The Lily, a product of The Washingtong Post, on the importance of opening up about struggles with mental health. “As Black women in particular right now, we are feeling at a very deep level a lot of the raw pain and struggle that our community is going through....
Brother George Floyd’s public murder is reviving memories of “strange fruits,” as described by Nina Simone in the sixties. It feels raw and sore, specific to this moment. The scene is the latest dramatization of a 401-year-old memorialized wound inflicted over and over again on Black men and women in America.   The Coronavirus exacerbated preexisting...
On Dec. 11, 2019, the Council for Black Male Success and the Cultural Wellness Center held a Manhood Rites of Passage ceremony at the Minnesota Historical Society. The men, who ranged from 11 to 27 years old, completed an 11-week cultural self-study curriculum designed by the Cultural Wellness Center. The curriculum and the Rites of...
Cultural Wellness Center staff provide parent engagement, cultural education (such as African Drum and Dance, Rites of Passage, and Sports Science), educational navigation, and Elder coaching in four schools in the St. Paul Promise Neighborhood. In late 2017, school staff talked to our navigator about a second grader at Benjamin E. Mays Elementary who had been suspended...