Archive of WE WIN Institute features in Insight News:


September 29, 2015

Students address violence in hip-hop song


September 25, 2015

Nothando Zulu & the Griot Festival Rock


September 24, 2015

WE WIN Institute's griot invasion


September 17, 2015

Nguzo Saba Murals: The WE WIN Festival Mural Project


April 21, 2015

Interview with sixth grade principal, Shaunece Smith


April 2, 2015

Nothando Zulu has the gift of gab


February 23, 2015

WE WIN Institute youth learn the meaning of Selma


January 13, 2015

WE WIN scholars research harm caused by tobacco


August 19, 2014

Tobacco use and the African American community


September 11, 2013

Young people given a voice: Center Stage


August 26, 2013

Mural project celebrates identity


August 16, 2013

Youth examine the horrors of chattel slavery


August 9, 2013

A fresh start


August 2, 2013

WE WIN, WE WALK for Educational Excellence


June 17, 2013

Mayor Sharon Sayles Belton through the eyes of WE WIN students


May 30, 2013

Dr. Brenda Cassellius, servant of the community 


May 29, 2013

Students of WE WIN Institute were recently treated to the gift of living history


May 20, 2013

Kenna Cottman: An example of African-America excellence


May 11, 2013

African American Excellence: Mayor Sharon Sayles Belton, Dr. Brenda Cassellius, Kenna Cottman, and Dr. Josie Johnson


November 30, 2011

Culturally specific educational programming works for Black children 


September 2, 2011

Celebrating excellence

April 1, 2011

Longshot: A true role model for the youth


March 30, 2011

WE WIN students teach African history 


March 3, 2011

Students study history makers


February 11, 2011

Imhotep: Father of medicine, step pyramid


December 8, 2010

Jimmy Kennedy: Viking extraordinaire


September 12, 2010

WE WIN Youth Garden


September 9, 2010

Stokely and Sylvia Williams: African American giants


August 16, 2010

Sylvia Booker Little: Unsung She-ro


July 15, 2010

Judge Tanya Bransford: A Minnesota African She-ro


January 14, 2010

MLK poems and pictures


August 17, 2009

Peer mentoring works for girls of African descent


July 31, 2009

"Sick and tired of being sick and tired" - studying Hamer


July 10, 2009

Black graduation rates in Minnesota are the lowest in the country


May 28, 2009

As long as I still can dance...


May 27, 2009

Ntozake Shange, NOMMO authors demonstrate literary brilliance


April 9, 2009

Ida B. Wells helped pave the way


April 2, 2009

Students reflect on Fifth District Congressman Keith Ellison


March 6, 2009

Students mentoring students


January 19, 2009

Students reflect on legacy of Reverand Martin Luther King, Jr.


January 8, 2008

Robyne Robinson: My She-ro


December 25, 2007

WE WIN Institutes 14th Annual Kwanzaa Celebration - December 29, 2007 7:00PM at the Pantages Theater


July 9, 2006

WE WIN Family Day at the Metrodome


March 22, 2005

For the Sake of Our Children: Imhotep


January 2, 2005

Kwanzaa: In praise of African Americans


December 5, 2004

For the Sake of Our Children: In Memory of Tremaine Finley 



Archives of WE WIN Institute features in Minnesota Spokesman:


December 21, 2011

We Win observes Kwanzaa at the Capri


January 19, 2011

Young women's program honors Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 


December 22, 2010

Youth instruct elders, peers in the principles of Kwanzaa


December 4, 2010

Old people talk; real elders also listen