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Some of the complaints are alarmingly visceral, with shopkeepers hurling racial slurs at people of color and children of color demeaned in public or at schools.
The former City Council member wants to preserve and create new housing amid funding troubles and fears of displacement.
Willmar police said they're investigating but there's no indication the man was the intended target or victim
Federal aid expected in weeks; advocates urge tenants and landlords to be patient.
Advocates look to the Biden administration to take on a bigger role as an eviction crisis looms.
Tasha Nins, a children's librarian with Ramsey County Library, said more parents are asking for books on race and social justice.
Patients, often struggling, caught off guard, others question ethics of policy.
Two apartment owners challenge the state order designed to curb virus.
Gov. Tim Walz is expected to renew the peacetime pandemic state of emergency this week, triggering a sixth special session of the Minnesota Legislature.