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What don’t we know about sex and sexual violence?

Dwindling attendance and citizen disgust with the sometimes labyrinthine processes that make up the very cautious caucus agenda once spelled doom for Minnesota’s system for picking party nominees an

In this next edition of Truth to Tell’s:node/682 occasional discussions on the media, Andy Driscoll and Lynnell Mickelsen talk with local media observers about the damage broadcast and print media h

Politics Intersect with Art in a new History Theatre play Peace Crimes: The Minnesota 8 vs. The War at Rarig Center.

They are many – and hungry to redress the steep slide of mostly mainstream media into an abyss of cultural waste – infotainment, shallow journalism, ignorance of real issues, celebrity worship and

The Republican National Convention (RNC) has been on our local agenda for a couple of years and dozens of groups and agencies have been preparing to accommodate the 10,000-15,000 conventioneers, media

Despite early frigid temperatures and the Cold-Weather rule designed to prevent heat and electric shut-offs for those unable to pay rising energy bills, the rule is proving cold comfort to many famili

The names and numbers of organizations planning events coincident with and in response to the Republican National Convention (RNC) just keep on coming.

The same movement conservatism that led to the contemporary slide into blatant racism, sexism, widening economic disparity, severe educational deprivation, a moribund health care system, and unprecede

Not all young people can do it, not even former recipients of the Children’s Defense Fund’s:http://www.cdf-mn.org/ Beat the Odds*:http://tinyurl.com/CDF-BTO awards, given each year to four true survivors of the adversity so many youngsters experience in the face of poverty, parental loss and/or abuse and discouraging behavior by some of the trusted adults in their lives.

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