The Takeoff 4H STEAM Club

The Takeoff 4H STEAM Club is done in partnership with the University of Minnesota's Urban 4H Youth Development program...



In partnership with Hennpin County Attorney’s office, the purpose of this program is to increase student’s school attendance. When a student has a number of unexcused absences...


Invisible Art ~Fanka

Invisible Art is a vibrant program at Ka Joog. As we know; ”Art changes everything.” It is used as a means to create political and social change around the world...


Summer Camp Retreat

In partnership with Wilderness Inquiries and Boy Scouts of America, this summer program provides a unique, outdoor experience for youth. With a strong focus on leadership development...


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StarTribune Minneapolis, September 21, 2014: Slick videos, social media lure Minnesotans to fight in Middle East – Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) has zeroed in on Minnesota, home to the largest Somali population in the country, as a target-rich recruiting ground for fighters.

ABC NEWS, September 17, 2014: Minneapolis-St. Paul 1 Site of Anti-Terror Program – The cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul will participate in a Department of Justice pilot program designed to engage at-risk communities and stop extremists from recruiting Americans to join terror organizations overseas, U.S. Attorney Andy Luger said Tuesday.

MINNPOST, September 17, 2014: How one Twin Cities group is fighting radicalization of Muslim youths – Seven years ago, 12 Somali friends from the Twin Cities came together to talk — to have a conversation about how to save some of their troubled peers from falling into a sea of radicalization and gang violence.

NY DAILY NEWS, September 14, 2014: About 100 Americans — many of them young Midwestern women — have joined up with sadists in the Middle East – Three young women from Minnesota have packed their bags and joined terrorist groups in Syria, leaving their families baffled, according to a St. Paul nonprofit called American Friends of Somalia. Federal officials are working to find out why they’re going and how they get the means.