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Minnesota Alternative news sources
These sources present the news from the viewpoints of a variety of populations in Minnesota.
Minnesota alternative news sources
Exists to promote the social inclusion and legal rights of people with disabilities.
Asian American Press
Provides quality news and information to promote diversity and unity among Asian American and Pacific Islander communities and as a bridge publication to communities of color and the mainstream.
Creating opportunities for early career journalists of color, empowering them to tell authentic stories that transform the racial narrative.
The Circle: News from a Native American perspective
A monthly newspaper covering American Indian news, arts, and culture in Minnesota.
News and features from Minnesota, national and international perspectives.
KMOJ 89.5 FM Radio
KMOJ has a vision of equipping Communities of Color with information and education through the vehicle of mass communication which includes: computer/internet, television, radio, and print journalism. KMOJ’s mission is to: “Teach Communities of Color media skills that help reinstate the positive affirmative Black image.” Special programming and podcasts are also made available on the website.
La Prensa de Minnesota
News from Minnesota and Mexico in Spanish.
Minnesota Latino News
Daily news, in English and Spanish, from Minnesota, the U.S., Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America and South America. Includes the Noticias Hispanic PR Wire.
The Minnesota Reformer is an independent, nonprofit news organization dedicated to keeping Minnesotans informed and unearthing stories other outlets can’t or won’t tell. We’re in the halls of government tracking what elected officials are up to — and monitoring the powerful forces trying to influence them.
Minnesota Reformer is part of States Newsroom, a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit supported by grants and a coalition of donors and readers but Minnesota Reformer retains editorial independence.
Each week, the newspaper’s diverse staff creates original content for its print publication, along with daily content for its website that speak to stories of human interest from a Black perspective. The MSR’s mission is to provide timely news and information focused on community empowerment and education while championing underrepresented voices.
Minnesota Women's Press
Monthly magazine telling stories about Minnesota women, by women, for women.
Dedicated to providing authentic news reporting for and about immigrants and refugees in Minnesota.