The history of Minneapolis’ Southside African American community

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Minneapolis historically has been home to a small but vibrant African American population. From the 1930s to the 1970s, an African American neighborhood flourished on the city’s Southside, between East Thirty-Fourth and Forty-Sixth Streets and from Nicollet Avenue to Chicago Avenue.
In the early twentieth century, restrictive housing covenants …..

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