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Transactional Analysis

BY TONY BOUZA Once a guy gets to my age, he needs to ask himself whether he’s ever engaged in sexual harassment, in any form: “An unexamined life . . . “ Well? After a mental search, I remembered. It was August 1994. Erica was selling her jewelry at the…

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Hands Off Bolivia

BY SARAH MARTIN & ED FELIEN Fifty people rallied at an emergency response called by several Twin Cities area peace and justice groups to show opposition to the U.S.-supported coup in Bolivia. The protest was held Thursday, Nov. 14, at 5 p.m. along the sidewalks at Lake Street and Bloomington…

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Welcome, Michael Bloomberg

Michael Bloomberg Let’s talk! First, let me say how grateful we are that you have decided to sit at the table. We want you here. You are without any doubt the best representative of the bourgeois liberal faction of the Democratic Party. You are very rich, very experienced with the…

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Cooking with Pride — Staff Recipes

Slow Cooker Stuffing with Extra Veggies This stuffing is packed with flavor and veggies. The veggies are cut small so they don’t overpower the stuffing. This recipe uses the slow cooker to save much coveted oven and stove space for other Thanksgiving goodies. Makes about 12 servings. Ingredients: ¼ cup…

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Remembering Pastor Supt. Vernell Thomas

Pastor Supt. Vernell Thomas has served over 60 years in the ministry and as Pastor of Greater St. Paul Church of God in Christ for 53 years. He began his ministry at age 19 under the leadership of Supt. D.L. Smith of Texas. He moved from Texas to Milwaukee, Wis.,…

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Protesters target Cargill CEO David MacLennan at ‘Lifelong Learning Through Leadership’ breakfast

MINNEAPOLIS – Twenty riled-up citizens from across Minnesota convened at the Interlachen Country Club early Thursday morning to pressure Cargill to stop burning rainforests, protect indigenous lands, and switch to regenerative agricultural practices. Inside the country club, Cargill CEO David MacLennan addressed the “Lifelong Learning Through Leadership” breakfast to an…

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Veterans for Peace

Stacy Beyer, from Johnson, Minn. (pop. 29), with Veterans for Peace member Steve McKeown signing a petition to ban nuclear weapons globally. In doing this, she completed a lengthy statewide effort to collect signatures from likeminded residents in all 851 Minnesota towns—22,681 signatures obtained so far.

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“SAY IT! SING IT! PLAY IT! IN CHEROKEE”

A FAMILY-FRIENDLY SING-A-LONG TO HELP KEEP AN ENDANGERED LANGUAGE ALIVE Saturday, Dec. 7, 11 am & 2 pm • Sunday, Dec. 8, 2 pm Z Puppets Rosenschnoz, 4054 Chicago Ave. South, Minneapolis, MN 55407 Minneapolis- Recently, the Cherokee Nation declared a state of emergency for their language. With Say It!…

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Celebrate Mayday

BY ED FELIEN Please help us celebrate Mayday next spring, on Sunday, May 3, in Powderhorn Park. Like everyone else, we were shocked and saddened by Heart of the Beast’s decision to cancel their participation and organizing of Mayday for next spring. Last January HOBT started telling the press that…

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MaLLy’s Journey to a Smile

BY ZANDER TSADWA 30. To many, the age youth dies. To some, the age you stop caring about looking happy and start caring about *being* happy. This is where MaLLy is at, and he raps with urgency and honesty about growing up, situationships, racism and more while smiling through it…

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