After 368 applications and 5,200 votes, the Native American Somali Peacemakers Project is taking home $100,000.The project, which is part of The Family Partnership and based in the Phillips and Cedar-Riverside neighborhoods, found out Tuesday that it won the biggest slice of a $510,000 pie, furnishe ... More >>
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