He was wearing a nice jogging suit with matching shoes, a kippah, Tzitzit, and long peyos.
He was just your standard Minnesotan African-American Hasidic Jewish man.
The thing is that in Minnesota, even in Minneapolis, the Jewish and African American populations are small compared to bigger cities or cities in other parts of the country or world (Jewish= around 46,685/5,132,799 Minnesotans or 0.9% of the population and African American= around 202,972/5,132,799 Minnesotans or 4.1%) .
So this is the first MAAJM I have ever seen.
I had seen a Hasidic Jewish Reggae performer before, but he was from New York, and he was white. (He was the first white reggae perforner I had seen too.)
Maybe this guy was not from Minnesota, maybe he was just visiting. I guess I should have asked for his place of residence!
Anyway, I was glad to see someone so proud of and commited to displaying their faith.