My story is going to be about the nonprofit “Harm Reduction Sisters.” I am going to focus on the founder Sue Purchase. Harm Reduction Sisters provides clean injection supplies to reduce the spread blood-borne illnesses in drug users, mitigate overdoses, and reduce death by overdose. She also works to educate…

So far in my Lincoln Park Business Group story, I have talked to Julia Mattson, the Executive Director of the group. We have only emailed so far but I have a Zoom interview with her tomorrow (Friday October 2nd) due scheduling issues. Julia is going to tell me about the…

West Duluth and The Lincoln Park Business Group

I have an interested in the Lincoln Park area, especially the Lincoln Park Business group. The Lincoln Park Business Group is a nonprofit organization that helps businesses in Lincoln Park revitalize their business and help with economic growth in the area. Something I didn’t realize about this group is that…

My classmate Heidi and I explored parts of Duluth that we usually don’t go to. Since both of us live in the East side of Duluth, we decided to explore west. We spent most of our time in Lincoln Park in West Duluth. On West Superior Street there are many…

COVID-19 has changed the world in so many ways. With the world changing so rapidly, journalism needs to adapt and change with it. With everything going on right now, a pandemic, rising social justice movements throughout the United States, and a presidential election, journalism is needed now more than ever…

Aerial Bridge: U.S. Ship Canal Duluth, Minnesota. 1910?. University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Collections, reflections.mndigital.org/catalog/nemhc:4040 Accessed 4 May 2020.

According to this graph from Perfect Duluth Day, the 1910s in Duluth was a time of exponential growth for the city. The rising population meant growth for the city and for Canal Park. Duluth was starting to establish itself as a city, with a population of 78,466 in 1910. The…

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Abby Grosland is a freshman at University of Minnesota-Duluth. She loves doing ceramics because it refocuses her mind, helps her see the bigger picture in life, and helps her think in a way she usually never has to.

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