Rochester program aims to help new arrivals navigate public safety
When do you call 911? How do you pay a parking ticket? Rochester's New Americans Academy aims to teach the basics.
Meet the woman who's documenting the stories of immigrants and their children in southwest Minnesota
Andrea Duarte-Alonso said she began her project, Stories from Unheard Voices, with a focus on the Latino community after then-presidential candidate Donald Trump called Mexican immigrants criminals and “rapists.”
Minnesota’s racial, ethnic diversity grows even as immigration slows
The state’s largest non-European immigrant populations are deepening their roots in the state, new research shows, even as the number of foreign-born residents slowly declines.
‘Trump hates us’: President’s Minneapolis visit gets no welcome from Minnesota Somalis
President Trump singled out Somali refugees for scorn during his political rally Thursday in Minneapolis, home to the nation’s largest Somali population. Somali people here see it as part of the administration's campaign to demonize immigrants from Muslim-majority countries and slash the number of refugee settlements.
In one Twin Cities classroom, learning in Hmong and about being Hmong
"Hmong for Native Speakers" has helped bridge Hmong family culture and classroom academics at Park Center High School in Brooklyn Park. Observers say the experiment offers a possible path to boosting achievement for students of color.