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Should Black Minnesotans give governor Tim Walz the the benefit of the doubt?

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Critics of Minnesota governor Tim Walz say he's doing all wrong; restaurants and gyms should be open - he is moving too slow opening up the state. But what will the governor do to open up MN for some citizens the state has never opened up for - before COVID-19. Will the sleeper awaken?

Others are celebrating  this DFL placeholder as someone that truly wants "One-Minnesota." But still, we do not know how that works out for Black people. No, we don't play the race-card when the data (for over 20-years) describes Black Minnesotans as a caste of lower-tier  people that should be seen, pandered to; promised and smiled at. The concern: How will the conditions of Black Minnesotans change post-COVID-19? How can Black Minnesotans push an agenda forward in separate silos to benefit the good of all? 

Join Don Allen and Jonathan "Mason in the Morning" Mason at 9:30AM (CST) - via BlogTalkRadio for ZOOM and Facebook LIVE for the next episode of "Our Black News." (Currently not contracted with the Minnesota Department of Health - COVID-19 Media.) 

Our phone lines will be wide open at (347) 426-3904 -  we invite you to dialog with us on what might me a rainy Saturday morning - you'll be at home anyway. 

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