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
TYUS JONES – The Timberwolves rookie and MN native talks life as a teenager in the NBA, Flip Saunders and more. Page 10
NEKIMA LEVY-POUNDS – The Minneapolis NAACP president and activist talks Jamar Clark, racial tension and more. Page 16