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Addressing the challenges in Black Minnesota - A Conversation

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The Ron and Don Show

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We live in Minnesota. Between December-March of each year there is a large amount of snow or frost on the ground - it turns the grass a hey-yellow in contrast. In the Spring - the warm-up starts and slowly the grass - sometimes covered with more than a foot of snow still rises and fills with nitrogen and chlorophyll while partnering with the warm sunshine to gather, stand up, and form billions of acres of beautiful green grass. This passage is written in simple clarity even for the null in comprehension. How is it nature and God's other creations on earth can bare the burden of a change of season, but in many cases our cities (Minneapolis/St. Paul), ripe with child murders, mothers shot, poverty, educational work-to-do, unemployment, unfit housing, carjacking's and chaos - why the silence and withdrawal when Black economics are at the table?

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