A Twin Cities Black “a photographic celebration” is now on display at the Minnesota Historical Society in downtown Minneapolis. The exhibit of the late Charles Chamblis’ two-decade long photographic work opened November 15 at the Mill City Museum and will run through March 31, 2018. The event also launched the Society’s new book, Sights, Sounds, Soul: The Twin Cities through the Lens of Charles Chamblis released by Minnesota Historical Society Press on November 1.
Blacks and other venerable groups have been misled for decades and “trapped in a moral state of liberalism,” said Star Parker, the founder and director of the Washington, D.C.-based Center for Urban Renewal and Education (CURE), a public policy think tank. She spoke to a sold-out mostly White audience at a November 7 American Experiment lunch forum in downtown Minneapolis. “I look at data from states and neighborhoods from all across the country [by] race, age and family structure.
Once with traditional spots on the floor for two guards, two forwards and a center, basketball has now moved to “position-less” play. Big guys now are found outside the paint shooting threes, while diminutive point guards have become an endangered species. NBA champion Golden State, for example, regularly goes “small” with only one post. WNBA champion Minnesota is known for its perimeter ball handling as well as its post play.
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Selecting a term
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