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Pomi Tefera reported on growing up bi-culturally as an Ethiopian-American as part of KFAI’s Youth News program in 2006.

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Nahjea Lee is entering the 9th grade at Brooklyn Junior High School in the fall.

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Mirael Goss lives and goes to school in Minneapolis. She is entering the 10th grade at Washburn High School and was a 2007 Youth News Intern.

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Rhaven Gant is an African-American 10th grader at Fridley High School. With her two parents still together, she wondered why so many of her friends’ parents were not married or separated.

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Nissan Brown is an African-American student, entering her junior year at Edina High School in the fall.

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Nia Gilbert was a 2007 Youth News Intern. She took on a personal story for her youth news project.

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MyChoice Daniel returned for a second summer as part of KFAI’s Youth News program. In 2006, she interviewed foster children, and what affect it had on their lives.

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On September 18, 2007 State representative Frank Hornstein and Senators John Marty and Patricia Torres Rey joined workers, students, and community members at a press conference at AFSCME headquarters

In Minneapolis, the riverfront district has become a showcase for edgy, modernist architecture.

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Saturday September, 15 marked the beginning of the Sony Take Back Recycling Program, a national recycling program that allows consumers to recycle Sony brand products for free at Waste Management drop

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