Project for Change is a Bemidji area nonprofit, nonpartison group formed with the mission to build awarenesss, create social opportunities, and enrich the quality of life for historically marginalized, disadvantaged, oppressed, and resilient black and brown communities through policy, accountability and action. The group formed shortly after the death of George Floyd in consideration of racial and social issues impacting people of color in teh Bemidji area.
Project for Change is meeting today at 2pm at Paul and Babe in Bemidji. Music and speakers will be on hand and attendees will have opportunities for conversation and idea sharing.
In this extra special episode of Real College Podcast we take you on an excursion into the wild world of mushrooms, as well as a deep dive into the RCP vault for some never before heard content from past reporters.
1:20-The Great Mushroom Foray-Nathan Fervoy
11:55-Cyber Security-Courtenay Parker
20:00-The Gap Year-Kendall Van Horne
28:05-Working at the RecWell-Megan Palmer
Thank heavens for Chico Bon Bon.
The irrepressible monkey with a tool belt embarks upon his sixth picture book adventure with calm, confidence, and the Right Tools.
Growing up in Milwaukee, Derek Nicholas wasn’t really plugged into either his cultural heritage or the great outdoors.
But when he arrived in rural west-central Minnesota to study at the University of Minnesota-Morris, the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa member found two new passions: sustainable food systems and his Anishinaabeg culture.
A sharp, sometimes painful, sometimes funny exploration of aging and friendship.
Minnesotans can read Chad Montrie’s article “’In That Very Northern City’”: Recovering a Forgotten Struggle for Racial Integration in Duluth” in the latest issue of the Minnesota Historical Society’s Minnesota History magazine.
Rob Burkel of Thief River Falls, MN is the 2020 Northwest Minnesota Arts Council’s (NWMAC) “Artist of the Year.” His long-time work within the theater, the NWMAC and community – in supporting the fine arts – is discussed, as well as the “why” he performs onstage.