Minnesota's Young Champions on a mission to change perceptions about Alzheimer's disease

Minnesota's Young Champions on a mission to change perceptions about Alzheimer's disease

Still in their 20s and 30s, these young advocates are changing perceptions about Alzheimer's disease.
From left, Don MacPherson, Dashon Amos and Shakeel Nelson of Inner City Ducks delivered groceries in May to families in North Minneapolis.

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Inner City Ducks is a club of about 75 middle school boys and girls from Olson Middle School and neighboring Creekview Park.
Alex Jackson Nelson is a gender services consultant for Blue Cross/Blue Shield, the first position of its kind within a Minnesota health plan.

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It's rare for a major health insurance company to create a position called "gender services consultant."
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In this Thursday, June 25, 2020, photo, novelist Ann Patchett, right, and her business partner, Karen Hayes, left, pose in their independent bookstore

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