UPCOMING EVENTS

Documenting a Reckoning: The Murder of George Floyd

Thursdays and Fridays

10 am–2:15 pm


May 21, 29, June 4

3 pm–5 pm

Mill City Museum

704 South 2nd St Minneapolis, Minnesota 55401

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The murder of George Floyd at the knee of a police officer brought demonstrations and protests that swept the Twin Cities – and the world – at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. It brought people to the streets who had never before protested, and inspired photojournalists and other photographers to create images with lasting impact. It motivated some to pick up a camera for the first time. While the story is not over, this time period in particular had a profound effect on the region. This exhibit brings 54 of those images together to help create a broader sense of the influence of these events on our lives.

 
 

The Twin Cities offers soulful dining even though up north living isn't typically associated with soul. But like many things in the city, you just have to know where to look. A new generation of chefs are infusing the Twin Cities with a rejuvenated sense of what it means to be Black, to cook and to eat.Check them out below.

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FOR THE CULTURE

SUPPORT
BLACK OWNED BUSINESSES

There are plenty of reasons to support growing and thriving black communities in the Twin Cities. Show your support by shopping at these Black Owned Businesses and Boutiques.

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NEW ALBUM RELEASES

TITLE/ARTIST

TRAP EVANGELIST
MAYA MARCHELLE

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FULL COURT PRESS
WIZ KHALIFA, BIG K.R.I.T., GIRL TALK

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BLACK RADIO III
ROBERT GLASPER

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BROKEN HEARTS CLUB
SYD

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RAMONA PARK BROKE MY HEART
VINCE STAPLES

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