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Trailblazing Hmong leader Bo Thao-Urabe (BF’19) and the Coalition of Asian-American Leaders help communities join forces to rise above adversity.
by Susan Du
Illustrations by Khou Vue
Marcus Owens (BF'17) leads the African American Leadership Forum into a new era for Black opportunity and connectivity
By Michael Kleber-Diggs
Photography by Pierre Ware
Tuttle Rural Innovation Center rescued an abandoned school to engage a North Dakota community.
By Kayla Schmidt
All photos courtesy of TRIC
Appetite for Change puts North Minneapolis in control of its own food spaces.
by Mecca Bos
Photography by Ackerman + Gruber
With the Neighborhood Development Center, Mihailo “Mike” Temali (BF’98) works with urban communities to help them grow from within.
by Sarah Chandler
Photography by Hunt + Capture
Native Governance Center reflects on the first decade of its Native Nation Rebuilders program and the work ahead.
by Art Coulson, Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma
profiles by Lauren Kramer, Native Governance Center external and donor relations officer
Illustrations by Marlena Myles
Archibald Bush’s community spirit lives on in his birthplace of Granite Falls, Minnesota.
Julie Garreau (BF’16) and her community build hope with the Cheyenne River Youth Project.
by TJ Turner
Photography by Kristina Barker
BE MSP is working to create a more inclusive environment for professionals of color.
by Syl Jones
First Peoples Fund helps artist entrepreneurs bring their ancestral knowledge to life.
by Jodi Rave
Abdirizak “Zack” Mahboub (BF'10) balances entrepreneurial ambition with a vision of strengthening community.
by Quinton Skinner
Photography by David Ellis
Bush Prize winner Hmong American Farmers Association cultivates richness in the local food ecosystem.
by Mo Perry
Photography by Mike Hazard/HAFA Farm