Recent content from Myron Medcalf
Meet the Minneapolis woman who leads a museum shining a spotlight on Black Minnesotans' contributions.
Anthony Ray Hinton, who was wrongly convicted and then freed from death row, shares his story
Throughout history, attacks on Indigenous communities have involved efforts to take their land, erase their traditions and history and remove or ignore symbolism of their names.
It's time to change the language used in conversations about people unhoused in the Twin Cities.
The winter solstice is behind us and the days will get brighter, but it can be challenging to see the light in our own lives.
Marvin Haynes was a teenager when he was sentenced to life in prison. Questions raised recently about his case are troubling.
I'm not convinced my children's generation will see the value of the news the same way I did.
Medcalf: Promotion of Minneapolis police officer after she forwarded a racist email deserves scrutiny
Police chief's response to critics highlights department's refusal to be held accountable.
America hasn't been a theme park for everybody. Children should know that.
No one person can fix a broken system, but Hennepin County Chief Judge Todd Barnette's personal experiences and professional credentials would serve him well in the role.