Update: It has been confirmed that Al Flowers has staples in his head and stitches in his face and could possible be suffering from a serious concussion. Also read: "How does a 17-year old black youth get a handgun in North Minneapolis?" On more than one occasion, Minneapolis Police have been requested to show a warrant when knocking on the [...]
Hennepin County Commissioner Randy "No Call Back" Johnson. The Minnesota Institute of Research and Disparities of Black Minnesotans (MIRDBM), a think tank of African American academics has launched a campaign asking the public to call down to Commissioner Randy Johnson’s office to inquire on why neither he, nor his office has connected with [...]
New Perspectives Behavioral Health Systems to hold overdue Press Conference at Hennepin County – Friday, June 20 at 1 p.m.
New Perspectives Behavioral Systems is the first in a group of community members coming forward to speak for themselves. The old guard has been tainted by politics, money and sex. In a progressive society dealing with serious issues of health and wellness, we need soldiers who do not bend nor break in addressing a process that has run afoul for [...]
The COBM has been exceeding expectations of local stakeholders and community members. The COBM continues its commitment to ensure that all people of African Heritage fully and effectively participate and benefit equitably from the political, social and economic resources, policies and procedures of the State of Minnesota. 2014 Power of Unity [...]
BUSTED! Black Leaders have marching orders to misdirect concerns from White citizens concerned about losing homes in the proposed light rail route to jobs
The proposed light rail line will destroy many homes in the northern suburbs and north Minneapolis. But the Minneapolis NAACP will talk about jobs. The payoff is great for this puppet show. A planned strategic misdirect cleverly disguised as a press conference has black leaders showing their true colors…green. The coonery in the Twin Cities [...]
Council on Black Minnesotans 2014 Economic Summit provides opportunity for Black Businesses in Minnesota. 2014 Black Business Profile: Toni’s Paycation Travel Agency – Saint Paul, Minn.
The state Council on Black Minnesotans will hold their 2014 Power of Unity Economic Summit on June 27-28 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on the campus of the University of Minnesota at the Carlson School of Management, for more information or to volunteer, please contact the COBM at (651) 649-5999. Each week, IBNN NEWS will profile a black business in [...]
Editors note: IBNN readers always ask, "Who do you like?" Well, I'm here today to tell you this is one of Minneapolis best inner-city educational summer camps for children. I fully support this effort. This is the best model to keep children off the streets and in the books. By Donald Allen, Founder - IBNN NEWS Register your children today. [...]
A legacy being slowly destroyed by the greedy bastards club. (photo: Anti_NAACP on Twitter) Tune in Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. for the award-winning program The Ron and Don Show for black talk radio on #BlogTalkRadio. Our conversation will touch close to home…real close. Phone lines will be open after the first five-minutes of the show. Click [...]
Emergency Radio Broadcast – Sunday, 3 pm: Alice Huffman, NAACP California State Conference President and National NAACP backpedaling for L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling
Join the Ron and Don Show on Sunday, April 27 at 3 p.m. (CST) for an Emergency Broadcast with Reverend Edward Pinkney who was recently arrested in Benton Harbor, MI for trying to stop corruption in an upcoming election. Don’t miss this program that will inform you on the real issues in the black community. Tune in at 3 p.m. – to listen, click [...]
Minnesota’s best kept secret in keeping our black youth off the streets in school and out of jail: Wellspring Second Chance
Wellspring Second Chance invites you to join them for the Annual Wellspring Second Chance Gala and Silent Auction, May 3, 2014 from 6:15 to 9:30 p.m. - tickets are $95.00 per couple and $75.00 for individuals. For more information, please call (612) 296-2895. Wellspring Second Chance has their work cut out for them this summer. Please assist [...]