Journalists pivot, inspiring future storytellers.
ThreeSixty students spotlight holistic health equity, explore Native narratives, dive into social media consequences and more.
Meet diversity, equity and inclusion leaders driving change and moving our community forward.
Emerging Voices: ThreeSixty students report on community leaders changing narratives and tackling racism as a public health crisis.
What’s Next?: How Teens Are Saying Goodbye, 2020, and Looking Ahead to the Future.
Teachers and librarians: Click here to print a promotional flyer with a QR Code. Creators: Building Community and Calls for Social Justice
Trailblazers: Changemakers and Activists You Need to Know
Fitness for All: Creative Physical-Activity Outlets in Diverse Communities
Truth and Transformation: Changing Racial Narratives in Media
A Healthier State for All — ThreeSixty students share an inside look at innovative health equity initiatives.
CHANGEMAKERS 2.0 – Inspiring positive change in the Twin Cities and beyond.
MEDARIA ARRADONDO – Minneapolis’ first black police chief talks rebuilding community trust, Page 16
GOV. MARK DAYTON – The Minnesota native talks high school, politics, and diversity and inclusion efforts. Page 22
JANA SHORTAL – The trendy, outspoken KARE 11 anchor talks standing out, the state of journalism and more, page 12
ILHAN OMAR – Before election, Omar talks candidacy, controversy and making history as a SomaliAmerican legislator. Page 16
JOVONTA PATTON – The north Minneapolis gospel singer hits No. 1 on the Billboard charts. Page 16