In the News

In the News

February 18, 2022, TPT Almanac – MN Humanities Center hosts events for Black History Month

February 7, 2022, MPR News – Minnesotans among those honored in American Indian Youth Literature Awards”

October 15, 2021, MPR News – “Meet Minnesota’s new poet laureate Gwen Westerman”

June 15, 2021, KARE 11 News – Organization’s commemorate 101st anniversary of Duluth lynchings

May 25, 2021, KPBS – Documentary ‘George Floyd: A Year Later’ Reflects On The Racial Justice Movement

April 5, 2021, Pioneer Press – Turning a new leaf: Minnesota’s poet laureate resigns

April 2, 2021, The Independent – The Minnesota journalists of colour changing the way policing is covered in America amid the Derek Chauvin trial

March 3, 2021, The Circle Native American News and Art – The lives of three remarkable American Indians

Feb. 8, 2021, MPR News – Outdoor exhibit in St. Paul examines Hmong community’s connection to water

Feb. 4, 2021, Pioneer Press – Traveling Exhibit at Hmong Museum dives into Minnesota water stories

Jan. 22, 2021, Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder – MSR Forefront: Raising Black Scholars forum

June 9, 2020, SimpleMost – A Minneapolis Baker Is Giving Away Free ‘comfort Pies’ To Console Her Community

Feb. 20, 2020, St. Croix 360 – Ojibwe water walk along Willow River invites interested individuals to participation orientation

Nov. 11, 2019, The Catholic Spirit – Benedictine monk honored for digitally preserving ancient manuscripts

Sept. 23, 2019, Nieman Lab – What does it take to change a newsroom’s racial narrative? Minnesota Public Radio built a coalition to try

May 31, 2019, Insight News – Minnesota Humanities Center names Kevin Lindsey new CEO

Feb. 21, 2019, MinnPost – Amplifying voices: The SEAD Project uses storytelling to capture history

Aug. 17, 2018, Star Tribune – 4 Dakota landmarks hide in plain sight along the Mississippi River

Nov. 11, 2017, Star Tribune – These Minnesota veterans still dedicate themselves to serving others

Fall 2017, Humanities Magazine – A Field Trip Near the Twin Cities Brings Understanding of Dakota History

July 26, 2017, Minnesota Spokesman Recorder – Healing with ‘the sacred dessert of Black culture’

June 30, 2017, Pioneer Press – Opinuendo: On visiting scholars, lifelong ambition, Rondo and more …

March 1, 2017, DL-Online – ‘No water, no life’: Smithsonian Water/Ways exhibit opens at Becker County Museum

Feb. 19, 2017, DL-Online – Water, water everywhere…: Smithsonian traveling exhibit ‘Water/Ways’ opens Saturday in DL

Jan. 3, 2017, In These Times – In Minnesota, St. Paul Public Schools Make Indigenous History Part of the Curriculum

Oct. 8, 2016, Mankato Free Press – Our View: Water exhibit was enlightening

Sept. 29, 2016, Rochester Post Bulletin – This is about the importance of water

Sept. 8, 2016, St. Croix Valley Area Lowdown – River walk along Kettle River honors Ojibwe tradition

Jan. 6, 2016, Pioneer Press – Friday Opinuendo: On a great public space, too many crashes, beaty and more …

July 19, 2015, Minnesota Military Radio – “The Basics of PTSD and The Minnesota Humanities Center”

July 10, 2015, Red Lake Nation News – 2015 Leadership in History Award Given to Minnesota Humanities Center and Minnesota Indian Affairs Council

Feb. 5, 2015, City Pages – “Alexs Pate on Blues Vision: African American Writing from Minnesota

Feb. 5, 2015, KFAI – “The Morning Blend: Blues Vision Interview with Alexs Pate and David O’Fallon”