. I grew up in the small town of Cloquet, Minnesota where my parents were born and raised, then moved to the Twin Cities with my family to follow my father’s job. I graduated from the Perpich Center for Arts Education where I studied music, then went on to attend trade school at The Aveda Institute in Minneapolis. My first apartment was in Columbia Heights where I lived for four years before starting a big adventure– marriage. We bought a house in Fridley 17 years ago and have two children attending Fridley Middle School.
My Guest, Regina Mustafa The founder of Community Interfaith Dialogue on Islam, is a candidate for Rochester mayor.
“I decided the mayoral race is the best fit for me,” she said. “I’ve had a vested interest in city government for awhile.” Regina Mustafa here is our conversation today !!
The Indivisible DC3, held a listning tour, covering Immigration in Trump Era… , this to replace Town Hols that Rep. Eric Paulson refused to attend. Mr. Paulson was invited in the 3 sessions, and he refused all invitations.