Countering extremism in Minnesota

Local initiatives should be lauded, but funding is inadequate to support the Somali community. An occasional series of editorials on terrorism.

Without a net: Ahmed Ismail's West Bank Athletic Club could benefit if additional state money for community development is approved.

Countering extremism in Minnesota: A beautiful goal, barely begun

Local initiatives can be lauded, but funding is inadequate to support Somali community.
Abdi Mohamed, community liaison for the Hennepin County Sheriff’s office, walked out of the Brian Coyle Center on Tuesday July 19, 2016, in Min

Leadership is needed to break impasse on Brian Coyle center expansion

October 17, 2016
Lt. Gov. Tina Smith would be an excellent choice to help broker a deal.
Cedar Avenue and Riverside Avenue. ] JOELKOYAMAïjkoyama@startribune Minneapois, MN on March 25, 2014. Worst places for pedestrians to walk in Min

Countering terrorism by building a path to success

September 2, 2016
Fundraising shouldn't fall short for Cedar-Riverside jobs center.

Congress still lags on anti-terrorism funding

August 19, 2016
Minnesota Legislature stepped up, but there's more work to do.

Minnesota shouldn't rest on its anti-radicalization laurels

August 5, 2016
A Star Tribune series highlighted other solutions
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