For many students of color, it's a struggle to get a diploma within four years. The path that leads to crossing that stage in June can be a precarious one.
Homeless and alone, she struggles toward graduation is a must-listen story from Laura Yuen of MPR News.
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Forged by Jamar Clark protests, Unicorn Riot finds its voice
With video cameras and volunteer reporters, the nonprofit made social justice its focus as it live streamed hours of protests following Clark's shooting by Minneapolis police. Its leaders say that work won't stop.
Music News: Walker Art Center video installation inspired by Hüsker Dü, 7th St. Entry
Artist Chris Larson is creating a video installation called Land Speed Record, named after the 1981 Hüsker Dü album and inspired by the history of the 7th Street Entry. The installation, which will be on display at the Walker Art Center from June 9 to Jan. 8, features video exploring objects damaged in a 2011 fire at the childhood…