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Community is at the forefront of all that we do. We assist and engage in community activities  via our radio network as the vehicle to present real-time information and assistance to communities in the Minneapolis / St. Paul area. 

The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate racial hatred and racial discrimination.

Founded in 1913, the Saint Paul branch serves all individuals who may experience discrimination based on race, gender, religion, age, disability or culture.  We welcome members of all races who would like to help make our city and state a more tolerant, equitable, and just community for all.


"This non-profit organization was founded with the
ideals of guiding young people towards future
success through athletics, education, employment
and community involvement"
Located at 851 Aurora Ave. In existence for over 15 years, it is a small oasis of food and flowers that offers weekly children’s environmental, gardening and healthy eating education programming. It is highly valued by surrounding residents as a central gathering place, and where they receive spring plants and vegetables free of charge.  The Peace Sanctuary Garden leadership is responsible for the creation of Reconciliation Lunch Group, it inspired the UF&GA collaboration and played a part in the creation of most member gardens. The leadership also partners with Maxfield School’s Public Achievement classes to sow plants in the spring for all Alliance gardens and to maintain the school garden there.  This coming fall we will be working with Maxfield science teacher, Cora Greenawald to create a gardening program for second grade science classes.  Volunteer leaders are Melvin Giles, Diane Dodge and Megan Phinney.