University Of Wisconsin Looking To Improve Racial ClimateUniversity of Wisconsin graduate student Michael Davis says he feels isolated, excluded and afraid as a black student on the predominantly white campus, where he's been called a racial slur multiple times.
Report: Race Alone Might Be A Factor In Twin Cities DisparitiesThe Metropolitan Council says new research shows that race itself might well play a role in understanding the disparities between whites and people of color in the Twin Cities metro.
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News Click: Race In Reporting
Is Gentrification A Problem In The Twin Cities? Not How You’d Think, Study SaysStudies show that this has been a serious problem in cities that are seeing an influx of young, white, upper-class professionals, like San Francisco, New York and Washington D.C. But are poor Twin Cities neighborhoods being gentrified too?
Red Bull Snow Boundaries = Snowmobiling To The MaxIt has being described as the ultimate snowmobiling challenge. "Red Bull Snow Boundaries" is the first-of-its-kind, endurance-based race that is a mix of snow cross and cross-country racing.
Runners Throw Resolutions Out The Window After Brewery's 5KBeer lovers and foodies had the chance to lose their resolutions Saturday with a run throughout Minneapolis.
Despite Warm Weather, SnoCross Is Still Coming To MinnesotaEven with our mild winter, Red Bull is looking forward to bringing an extreme winter race to Minnesota.
Gov. Dayton Leads Discussion On St. Cloud Race RelationsPeople gathered in St. Cloud Tuesday to have an honest conversation about race. About 150 people -- including Gov. Mark Dayton, the mayor of St. Cloud and the city's police chief -- were on hand at the Great River Regional Library to help lead the conversation.
Minn. Pilot To Compete In Nat’l Championship Air RacesSome race-car drivers describe their job as "go fast and turn left." One Twin Cities pilot will be using the same strategy in next week's National Championship Air Races. Only, he'll be going a lot faster.
Black Journalists Discuss Race In AmericaFor the first time in its 40-year history, the National Association of Black Journalists is holding its yearly convention in Minneapolis. More than 1,500 members of NABJ are expected to show up at the Minneapolis Convention Center. They include TV and print journalists, as well as journalism students from across the country.
Mpls. Pastor: Charleston Tragedy About Evil, Not RacePastor David Keaton says the massacre in South Carolina has been at the forefront of conversations inside Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church in Minneapolis. He says some members are using social media to vent and pray.

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