'Déjà Vu For Me All Over Again': July 19 Marks Anniversary Of 1967 Unrest In North MinneapolisJuly 19 marks the 53-year anniversary of a historic event in north Minneapolis that echoes today’s unrest.
Former U Students Talk Societal Impact Of Morrill Hall TakeoverIt's one of the most pivotal moments in the University of Minnesota's history, and you may not even know about it.
Minnesota Governor's Council Hosts MLK Celebration At Ordway CenterPeople across the country are celebrating the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and what he did for the Civil Rights Movement Monday.
James Reeb Family Attends 50th Anniversary At SelmaJohn Reeb plodded down the cracked pavement of Washington Street, his thick white beard and frizzy gray hair glowing orange in the setting sun. His feet ached as he moved slowly past the white-brick café on the right, his first footsteps in Selma, Alabama, shadowing the route his father took 50 years earlier.
St. Olaf Honors Alum, Icon In Civil Rights MovementSt. Olaf College in Northfield is celebrating the life and death of one of its most famous alums. Reverend James Reeb was a member of the class of 1950 and one of several icons of the civil rights movement. Reeb answered the call for clergy to join civil rights marchers in Selma in March of 1965.
Matthew Little, Civil Rights Legend, Remembered In Mpls.A man who broke color barriers and led Minnesota in the Civil Rights Movement was remembered Saturday. Matthew Little, long-time president of the Minneapolis NAACP, passed away last Sunday after complications from pneumonia. He was 92. Hundreds of people gathered for a memorial service at Shiloh Temple in north Minneapolis.
Exchange Students Mark 50th Year Of Groundbreaking ProgramThe year was 1962, and the Civil Rights Movement was gripping the nation's attention. Fifty-three college students from Tennessee and Minnesota would do their part in the historic struggle.
History Theatre Hosts 1968: Year That Rocked The WorldThe History Theatre in St. Paul is paying homage to that year with a play called 1968: The Year That Rocked the World.