Last week, Healing Minnesota Stories’ blog passed a milestone, publishing its 1,000th post since we started writing in 2015. Below, we provide links to some of the best-read blogs.
Healing Minnesota Stories’ mission is to create dialogue, understanding, healing, and repair between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples, particularly with those non-Indigenous people who belong to faith communities.
Since our organization launched in 2011, Healing Minnesota Stories Founder Jim Bear Jacobs became Program Director for Racial Justice for the Minnesota Council of Churches. The blog has followed suit, expanding its coverage of racial justice issues, such as the recent protests over George Floyd’s murder.
We have 377 followers so far. Please consider following the blog if you don’t already, and sharing it with friends and networks so we can expand our reach.
The blog’s main author is Scott Russell of Minneapolis, a volunteer with Healing Minnesota Stories. He can be reached by posting comments in the blog, or at email@example.com.
Comments, criticisms, and questions always welcomed. Thanks for your support over the past five years!
Here are 10 of some of our best read blogs:
- This Day in History (Feb. 21, 1863): Congress Expels Winnebago from Minnesota, hundreds die during forced relocation
- Dear White People: You have treaty rights, too
- An open letter to white clergy on George Floyd’s murder and the current unrest
- What to consider when acknowledging you are on stolen indigenous lands
- This Day in History (Feb. 8, 1887): Dawes Act Forces Assimilation, Leads to Massive Indian Land Theft
- What’s in a Name? Part 1: Minnesota Counties with Indigenous Names
- White Earth to Walz: Live up to your pledge of ‘meaningful consultation’
- Anishinaabe ‘Rights of Manoomin’ Laws Create Legal Basis to Protect Sacred Wild Rice
- Ways Minnesota’s white churches need to use their power and faith
- Burt Lake Burnout: A Story of Land Theft and Indigenous Perseverance
One thought on “Healing Minnesota Stories milestone: Blog tops 1,000 posts, please share with your networks”
Congratulations on 1000th posting!
Thank you for your dedication, diligence, and great communication.