Justice for George Floyd Initiatives

This page houses information about community events, volunteer opportunities, donation needs, and a variety of other resources dedicated to the memory of George Floyd and/or the fight for racial justice. As this page is in no way an exhaustive list of resources available in the Twin Cities and surrounding areas, please use this form to submit information about an event/item that you believe should be added. This will help ensure we all work together to keep our community informed.

If you have specific questions about this page, contact Joanne Reeck or Kerri Maher.

Please note the events/items listed on this page have not been vetted and/or do not necessarily represent the entire or partial views of Augsburg University.

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Upcoming Events
FREE Course: Black Minds Matter Complete Independently
Free “We MUST Breathe” Pop Up Circus! Saturdays in August, 11:30 am – 1 pm
New World Night Market Friday, August 21, September 4, 6 pm – 10 pm
Myths & Realities of White Privilege Thursday, August 13, 6:30 pm – 8 pm
Race in Minnesota discussion with David Mura Thursday, August 13, 7 pm – 8 pm
Let’s Continue the Conversation – How to Be an Antiracist Thursday, August 13, 7 pm – 8:30 pm
Panther: A Moment To Reflect & Organize Friday, August 14, 6:30 pm – 10:30 pm
We Still Can’t Breathe Saturday, August 15, 12 pm – 4 pm
FILL THE VAN Donation Drive for North MPLS Saturday, August 15, 3 pm – 6 pm
1st Annual Black Villagefest Saturday, August 15, 3 pm – 8 pm
Ohiyesa: The Soul of an Indian Saturday, August 15, 8 pm – 10 pm
Reparations Rally In Honor of George Floyd Sunday, August 16, 3 pm – 5 pm
Pop Up at Plaza Revolución Sunday, August 16, 3 pm – 9 pm
Abolition Book Club: Arrested Justice Sunday, August 16, 6 pm – 7:30 pm
Eyewitness: Dismantling the Old – Shifting the Narrative Tuesday, August 18, 12 pm – 1 pm
Community Food & Hygiene Drive Tuesday, August 18, 12 pm – 2 pm
Having Meaningful Conversations on Sensitive Topics Wednesday, August 19, 12 pm – 1 pm
Social Justice Book Club: A Good Time for Truth: Race in MN Wednesday, August 19, 6:30 pm – 8 pm
A Conversation About Confederate Monuments and Memory Thursday, August 20, 3 pm – 4 pm
Online Book Discussion: White Fragility Thursday, August 20, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Virtual Book Club: Slavery’s Reach Thursday, August 20, 7 pm – 8 pm
Race in Minnesota discussion with Shannon Gibney Friday, August 21, 2 pm – 3 pm
YOUTH MARCH & RALLY TO END VIOLENCE Saturday, August 22, 12 pm – 3 pm
Race in Minnesota discussion with Rodrigo Sanchez-Chavarria Saturday, August 22, 2 pm – 3 pm
Sunday, August 23, 12 pm – 2 pm
Central Honors Philando (Virtual) 2020 Sunday, August 23, 3 pm – 4:30 pm
Shake Up the Suburbs: March Against Police Violence Tuesday, August 25, 5 pm – 8:30 pm
Education as Reparative Justice: A Human Rights Lab Event Tuesday, August 25, 7 pm – 8:30 pm
Justice For Lionel “Twan” Lewis Event Wednesday, August 26, 4 pm
How Can We Breathe: The Mamas Thursday, August 27, 5:30 pm – 8 pm
Saturday, August 29, 9 am – 12 pm
I Want to Breathe Saturday, August 29, 9 am – 12 pm
Racial Healing: From Awareness to Action Thursdays in September, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Witnessing my Whiteness Thursday, September 10, 1 pm – 2:30 pm
The Generation that Will Lead Rally Sunday, September 13, 3 pm – 6 pm
Hope in the Struggle event at the Roseville Public Library Wednesday, September 16, 6:30 pm – 8 pm
Virtual Book Club: A Good Time for the Truth Thursday, September 17, 7 pm – 8 pm
LEAP! 2020: Feeding Native Families, Empowering Native Youth Monday, September 28, 5 pm – 8:30 pm
The BlackOUT Saturday, October 17, 12 pm – 6 pm

Table shows list of initiatives and events.

Events

Black Minds Matter

Online Course: Complete Independently 

COURSE PURPOSE: Black Minds Matter is a public series that is designed to raise the national consciousness about issues facing Black students in education. The series intentionally addresses the pervasive undervaluing and criminalization of Black minds. Tangible solutions for promoting the learning, development, and success of Black students are offered.

-Identify how assumptions of criminality about Black students are manifested in school, college, and university settings.
-Recognize how socially constructed viewpoints of Black intelligence decenter them as learners in educational institutions.
-Embrace asset-based views of Black students rooted in the concepts of equity-mindedness and institutional responsibility.
-Articulate research-based policies and practices that serve to promote the learning, development, and success of Black students throughout the educational pipeline.

COURSE PREREQUISITES
There are two dispositional prerequisites for this course. Learners must have a willingness to:
1. Acknowledge their own unconscious and conscious biases and the effect this has on the educational experiences of Black students.
2. Engage their personal responsibility for redressing disparate educational outcomes for Black students in education.

COURSE DURATION
Each module requires a 5 hours commitment (including video session and readings).

WHO CAN JOIN?
CORA (Center for Organizational Responsibility and Advancement) is offering Black Minds Matter for all educators.

Information and Registration


Free “We MUST Breathe” Pop Up Circus!

Saturdays in August, 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Vivid Black Paint

From the Event Page: Hosted by Vivid Black PaintNorth MPLS and West Broadway Business & Area Coalition.

Mission: In collaboration with FLOW, VividBlackPaint aims to create space/moments for families, that are unrelated to COVID, rioting, death and disparity. We want to be a part of the healing initiatives. This is not to overshadow or step ahead of social justice initiatives. So if you participate understand your purpose/intentions. Provide welcoming space for kids, families, residents to know it is okay to smile, laugh, and be entertained in spite of the despair that is spreading nationwide. Creating these spaces in times as uncertain as these, are vital to the mental health and social emotional development of our people. As we bear the weight from the police, COVID and general disparity on our hearts, lungs and souls… We MUST Breathe.

Event Info: Let’s hold space to do some Laugh Joy Healing! VividBlackPaint is hosting FREE Pop Up Circus Events EVERY Saturday, Weather Allows, from 11:30am-1:00pm through August 2020 as our “We MUST Breathe” Initiative!

Each location will be announced by the Friday before, so don’t feel you have to rush to the first one.
* Families are encouraged to arrive 30-60mns early to find the event space and save their spot.
* Bring snacks and hydration!
* With keeping our spaces and communities clean, do not leave behind garbage or litter. Take a few minutes to clean up your immediate area before you leave.
* Bring blankets, sunblock, and umbrellas and remain conscious of “physical distancing” best practices.
* Set up your spot at least 6ft away from the person/group next to you.
* Wear a face covering as required by the Mayoral Proclamation Regulation No. 2020-12
* Presenting aerial acts, skits, acrobatics, stilt walking, contortion, painting, storytelling, so on.
* Acts are likely to change each week!

Event Information


New World Night Market

Friday, August 7, 21, September 4, 6 pm – 10 pm
Modus Locus

From the Event Page: Taking this New World reality and making space to focus on building access for recovering businesses of color in the Powderhorn Park area.

This Market is focused on black and brown vendors, plant based food, and spreading amazing vibes.

Not only great artists, but original fashion and accessories are part of the line up. There is a special guest artist every time we gather so stay tuned withupdates for whos up next!

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Myths & Realities of White Priviledge

Thursday, August 13, 6:30 pm – 8 pm
Coon Rapids Civic Center

From the Event Page: What is privilege? What is racial privilege? What does it mean for me? With so much cross-talk, are we even talking about the same thing? Join us as we discuss White Privilege and what it means today.

Please find and read White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack by Peggy McIntosh before attending.

This FREE class will be held on the lawn behind the Civic Center, so bring your lawn chairs and your social distancing skills. In case of rain, we will move into the Civic Center, in which case masks will be required.

We have limited space so please sign up early.

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Race in Minnesota discussion with David Mura

Thursday, August 13, 7 pm – 8 pm
Online Event Hosted by Saint Paul Public Library

From the Event Page: Join David Mura to discuss his essay “A Surrealist History of One Asian American in Minnesota” and his contribution to A Good Time for the Truth. This discussion will begin with a presentation from David Mura on his writing. Following the presentation, he will engage in a facilitated period of questions with audience.

Learn more about the One Book | One Minnesota program or download your free copy of the book from Ebooks Minnesota: https://sppl.org/onebook/

This One Book, One Minnesota: A Good Time for the Truth Author Discussion series is funded by the Minnesota Arts & Cultural Heritage fund.Race in Minnesota discussion with David Mura.

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Let’s Continue the Conversation – How to Be an Antiracist

Thursday, August 13, 7 pm – 8:30 pm
Online Event Hosted by NCJW Minnesota
www3.thedatabank.com

From the Event Page: As promised, we are delighted to invite you to our next #GoodTalk, continuing the conversation about Ibram X. Kendi’s How to Be an Antiracist.

Registration will be capped at 200 (For real this time!). Along those lines, we want those of you who were unable to join us last time to have the first priority for registration. Those of you who did participate but were left wanting more should feel free to register as well. We’ve tweaked the program some, but there will be some similarities and overlap.

Join us on August 13th at 7:00 pm as we dig deeper into important conversations about how racism affects our communities and how we can more deeply understand and dismantle systemic racism. A link to the Zoom meeting will be sent via email with your registration confirmation.

Hosted by Jewish Community Action, Women Repair the World, a project of Minneapolis Jewish Federation and Hadassah Upper Midwest, NCJW Minnesota, TC Jewfolk, and YALA Twin Cities.

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Panther: A Moment to Reflect & Organize

Friday, August 14, 6:30 pm – 10:30 pm
Juxtaposition Arts

From the Event Page: We are happy to invite you to a peaceful vibratious night of Dialogue, Laughter and Connection at Juxtaposition Arts, in their skateable art plaza space!!

We will bring together a panel from within the community in dialogue centering the acclaimed feature “Panther” that covers the creation, infiltration, and eventual dismantlement of the Black Panther Party for Self Defense.

Panel Discussion : 7pm – 830pm
*Discussion Will Be Live Streamed Online (for community that are not able to be in person)

Movie : Sunset start time 9pm
*MUST REGISTER TO STAY
*REGISTRATION: https://forms.gle/JM9dAae3QXGH9Q7e7
*Space Is limited*
*Registration PROOF Required For Movie Night Entry*
*Safe Social Distancing*

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We Still Can’t Breathe

Saturday, August 15, 12 pm – 4 pm
Cup Foods

From the Event Page: Hello Everyone, We are a new community organization that is out here to demand police reforms, racial equality and change in the world. We are looking for ppl wanting to get involved, help put together events, man the social media page, be an ally or just want to support our cause.

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FILL THE VAN Donation Drive for North MPLS

Saturday, August 15, 3 pm – 6 pm
Bauhaus Brew Labs

From the Event Page: Join us in supporting the communities of North and Northeast Minneapolis as we kick off a new On the Haus donation drive initiative. All items collected during the drive will immediately go to Sanctuary Covenant Church on Broadway. When considering donation items, please stick to the primary and secondary lists below – while it’s awesome that you want to share your sourdough yeast starter, our goal is to gather items that are specifically needed! Those who swing through with a bag of donated items will receive a free beer token. Those looking to hang out at Bauhaus after donating will need to place a reservation through Open Table. More on FILL THE VAN:

When: Kicks off Saturday, July 25th, and then the 3rd Saturday of each month. 3-6pm or until the van is full.

Where: Bauhaus front parking lot. Drop site will be located in the green space on the North side of the parking lot. Please drive up to the Bauhaus tent/Gemütlichkeit van to drop off your items. To ensure social distancing, we’ll be directing traffic and allowing only one person to drop off goods at a time. Masks are also REQUIRED.

Primary Items Needed:
– Feminine Products
– Laundry Detergent
– Dish Soap
– Lotion
– Body Wash
– Shampoo and Conditioner (for textured hair)
– Hand Soap
– Hygiene Products
– Beans
– Soup
– Canned Food
– Children’s Snacks
– Peanut Butter
– Jelly
– Baby Wipes
– Diapers (especially size 2 and 3)
– Pull-Up Diapers (All Sizes)
– Toothbrushes
– Deodorant

Secondary Items Needed:
– Bar Soap
– Toothpaste
– Pasta
– Pasta Sauce
– Tampons
– Mac and Cheese
– Cereal
– Toilet Paper

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1st Annual Black Villagefest

Sunday, August 15, 3 pm – 8 pm
St. Anthony Village City Hall & Community Center, 3301 Silver Lake Rd NE, St. Anthony

From the Event Page: The First Annual Black Village Festival in St. Anthony will be a gathering in protest of the lack of action taken in the Twin Cities towards racial equality. Black businesses and Black artists have not been welcomed in White spaces, lacking the resources for equal recognition. The Black Village Festival will be a visual representation of what redistributing wealth, time and energy into well-deserving and long ignored work should be like!

ISO Black businesses that’s like to have a booth!
Hope to see you there!!(PLEASE WEAR A MASK!)
https://linktr.ee/revolutionresources

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Ohiyesa: The Soul of an Indian

Saturday, August 15, 8 pm – 10 pm
Trilingua Cinema
Hosted by Trilingua CinemaLower Phalen Creek Project and East Side Freedom Library

From the Event Page: Charles Alexander Eastman was a renowned physician, author, lecturer and Native American rights advocate. Ohiyesa: The Soul of an Indian is a unique telling of his story from the point of view of his descendants. Kate Beane and her family explore Eastman’s traditional Dakota boyhood as well as his later life as perhaps the first writer to tell our country’s history from a Native point of view.

This event includes a Q&A with the filmmakers.
Film runtime: 57 minutes. Not Rated.
In English.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, all screenings will take place outdoors. Social distancing and mask wearing are required. Let’s work together to keep our community safe. Please bring your own chairs or blanket to sit on. All events are free and open to everyone.

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Reparations Rally In Honor of George Floyd

Sunday, August 16, 3 pm – 5 pm
Minnesota Governor’s Residence

From the Event Page: The murder of George Floyd & Police Terror of Black Lives has its roots in economics. Join us as we demand that Donald Trump and the United States government pay Reparations to the American Descendants of Slavery for 400 years of slavery, red ling & redistricting, the lynching period mass incarceration discrimination in education housing & employment plus police terror. This event is in honor of George Floyd.

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Pop Up at Plaza Revolución

Sunday, August 16, 3 pm – 9 pm
809 7th St E, St Paul, MN 55106-5016

From the Event Page: For over 500 years since the colonization of the Americas, Indigenous Peoples have survived through Revolutionary Evolution of Resistance and Resilience.

Our ancestors and elders have gone through great lengths and centuries of enduring sacrifice, trauma yet never giving up to pass on ancestral knowledge and traditions from one generation to the next.

We are excited to support the next generation of emerging young organizers as they have been co-coordinating rallies, marches and events since the death of George Floyd which has ignited the necessity to continue fighting the injustices that Native, Black, Brown Indigenous communities have been dealing with for too long.

Come pop out at our Pop Up at Plaza Revolución event, Sunday, August 16 from 3p to 6p. It is a space of love and celebration in the face of fighting against a pandemic, political, social, environmental injustices and over 500 years of resisting colonization.

This outdoor event is free and open to the public. We will be encouraging and implementing social distancing protocols: masks, 6ft distance and sanitizing stations.

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Abolition Book Club: Arrested Justice

Sunday, August 16, 6 pm – 7:30 pm
Boneshaker Books

From the Event Page: The next book for Abolition Book Club will be Arrested Justice: Black Women, Violence, and America’s Prison Nation by Beth E. Richie. Join us for a virtual discussion!

ABOUT THE BOOK:
“Through the compelling stories of Black women who have been most affected by racism, persistent poverty, class inequality, limited access to support resources or institutions, Beth E. Richie shows that the threat of violence to Black women has never been more serious, demonstrating how conservative legal, social, political and economic policies have impacted activism in the US-based movement to end violence against women.

Arrested Justice brings issues of sexuality, class, age, and criminalization into focus right alongside of questions of public policy and gender violence, resulting in a compelling critique, a passionate re-framing of stories, and a call to action for change.”

Purchase the book here: https://tinyurl.com/arrestedjustic

Or, attend our next pop-up event to purchase the book! Mention it’s for Abolition Book Club to receive a 20% discount (valid only in person).

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Eyewitness: Dismantling the Old – Shifting the Narrative

Tuesday, August 18, 12 pm – 1 pm
Online Event Hosted by Climate Generation: A Will Steger Legacy

From the Event Page: We are all eyewitnesses to climate change, and we all have stories to tell. In celebration of the new book, Eyewitness, written by Minnesotans calling for action on climate change,

Climate Generation: A Will Steger Legacy is offering a virtual series to uplift and listen to a diverse range of voices who will share stories that influence our social and political reality in compelling ways.

Dismantling the Old: Shifting the Narrative
Witness art, music, and storytelling from special guests Erin Sharkey of Free Black Dirt, Ben Weaver, and Strong Buffalo.

Register for the Crowdcast Live Stream: www.crowdcast.io/e/dismantling-the-old/register

Explore the Eyewitness book:
www.climateeyewitness.org

The climate crisis is disproportionately and immediately impacting our Black, Indigenous, and People of Color communities. Climate justice is racial justice. A better world is possible — for all of us, and our reality is demanding it now.

Join us to take action together and use your voice for climate justice. You’ll have an opportunity to write a letter to your legislators calling for policy change.

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Community Food & Hygiene Drive

Tuesday, August 18, 12 pm – 2 pm
ICA Food Shelf, 11588 K Tel Dr., Minnetonka

From the Event Page:  As we remain focused on and committed to our local community, we are also coming together to support the impacted neighborhoods of South Minneapolis, North Minneapolis, and the Midtown/Lake Street area.

In partnership with 4 community organizations and 19 local congregations, we will be hosting a 6-month, monthly community food & hygiene drive. Items will be distributed to Calvary Lutheran Church in South Minneapolis, Gethsemane Lutheran Church in North Minneapolis, YWCA in the Midtown/Lake Street area, and ICA Food Shelf.

Calvary Lutheran Church-Minneapolis, Gethsemane Lutheran Church, YWCA Minneapolis , and ICA Food Shelf

Needs:
• Cooking oil
• Maseca (Masa corn flour)
• Baby food/formula
• Dried rice and dried beans
• Peanut butter
• Laundry detergent
• Diapers, pull ups and wipes
• Paper towels and toilet paper
• Body soap/wash

We’ll also keep our website updated with any additional needs requested by the greater community. View the list here: icafoodshelf.org/current-needs
Tuesdays from 12:00 – 2:00 pm
August 18
September 22
October 20
November 24
Saturdays 10:00 – 12:00 pm
August 22
September 26
October 24
November 28
All items should be dropped off at: ICA Food Shelf | 11588 K-Tel Drive | Minnetonka, MN 55343
Monetary Donations: We will not be accepting monetary donations for this drive. If you would like to make a cash/credit card donation to any of the Minneapolis organizations, please make all donations directly to them. Each organization has a “donate” button on their homepage:
Calvary Lutheran Church: http://www.clchurch.org/
Gethsemane Lutheran Church: http://www.glcmpls.org/
YWCA Midtown: https://www.ywcampls.org/locations/ywca-midtown/
Contact ICA with questions: 952.938.0729 | ica@icafoodshelf.org

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Having Meaningful Conversations on Sensitive Topics

Wednesday, August 19, 12 pm – 1 pm
Online UMN Professional Development Webinar Presented by Carolien Moors

From the Event Page: It can be tricky to address sensitive topics on race, gender, or LGBTQ inequality. Throw together people with different backgrounds and personalities, and the challenges to meaningful and respectful communication increase. Conversations on sensitive topics can seem daunting because they often elicit strong thoughts and emotions that can expose (sometimes hidden) values, assumptions, and perspectives of coworkers that clash with our own. Yet these are necessary and urgent conversations to have with team members and between departments if your organization wants to improve equity and inclusion in the workplace.

In this webinar we’ll examine insights and share tips for:

  • establishing the right mindset.
  • tailoring facilitation techniques and skills.
  • handling delicate dynamics on the spot.
  • evaluating and improving how we facilitate sensitive conversations.

Carolien Moors, MPsych and MEd., is an organizational consultant, speaker, and leadership and team coach from the Netherlands with 30 years of experience in Europe and the United States. In her work, Moors focuses on candor, accountability, and change.

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Social Justice Book Club: A Good Time for the Truth: Race in MN

Wednesday, August 19, 6:30 pm – 8 pm
Online Event Hosted by Fergus Falls Public Library

The Social Justice Book Club will discuss “A Good Time for Truth: Race in Minnesota”. This is the One Book One Minnesota summer selection. Discussion will be led by Sarah Thacker. This meeting will be via Zoom. You need to register to receive the meeting link and password:

You can access the ebook here for free: https://library.biblioboard.com/module/one-book-one-minnesota/.

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A Conversation About Confederate Monuments and Memory

Thursday, August 20, 3 pm – 4 pm
Online Event Hosted by Minnesota Historical Society
https://www.facebook.com/pg/minnesotahistoricalsociety/videos/

From the Event Page: How can our communities move forward to create public spaces that are more inclusive?
Join moderator Dr. Katrina Phillips (Red Cliff Ojibwe) of Macalester College—and panelists Dr. Melanie Adams, Director of the Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum, and Dr. Yohuru Williams, Distinguished University Chair and Professor at the College of Arts and Sciences at St. Thomas—for the second in a series of conversations that explore the relationships between monuments, memory, and history.

Shared Spaces & Public Places is a four-part series with one program offered each month July through October covering the role of monuments and memorials in the public sphere. All programs will be available live and as a recording on Facebook and YouTube.

 

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Online Book Discussion: White Fragility

Thursday, August 20, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Online Event
Cost: Free
Register: https://www.sotv.org/book-discussion-racial-truth/

You have likely seen author, Robin DiAngelo, interviewed in recent weeks as a national specialist in understanding causes of racial conflicts and suggesting steps that people can take that can make actual differences in beliefs and behaviors.
Read the powerful book, White Fragility, and join an important discussion about our assumptions and beliefs about race, racism, and white supremacy that impact our behaviors and can empower us to respond differently in the moment.
This discussion will be held using Zoom. Purchase and read the book White Fragility before class. Facilitated by members of the Racial Truth & Justice Team.

For additional information and resources, visit www.sotv.org/racial-truth-and-reconciliation

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Virtual Book Club: Slavery’s Reach

Thursday, August 20, 7 pm – 8 pm
Online Event
Tickets: www.dakotahistory.org

Due to COVID-19, this presentation will take place virtually. The event will be hosted through Zoom, a video conferencing site. No account is required to view the presentation. Join the Dakota County Historical Society for our monthly book club, “Books From Our Shelves.” August’s book is “Slavery’s Reach: Southern Slaveholders in the North Star State” by Christopher Lehman.

We are excited to announce that author Christopher Lehman will be in attendance for the book club!

From the 1840s through the end of the Civil War, leading Minnesotans invited slaveholders and their wealth into the free territory and free state of Minnesota, enriching the area’s communities and residents. Dozens of southern slaveholders and people raised in slaveholding families purchased land and back Minnesota businesses. Slaveholders’ wealth was invested in some of the state’s most significant institutions and provided a financial foundation for several towns and counties. And the money generated by Minnesota investments flowed both ways, supporting some of the South’s largest plantations.

Registration for this virtual event is required. After registering you will receive a confirmation email. A separate email closer to the date will be sent containing the link and passcode for joining the event.

We are offering this program free of charge, but encourage you to make a donation to the Dakota County Historical Society to offset the loss of revenue we are experiencing through cancelled in-person events. These donations will allow us to continue operating a high level and continue to provide presentations like this in the future.

This event is made possible by the Union Pacific Foundation COVID-19 Relief Grant.

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Race in Minnesota discussion with Shannon Gibney

Friday, August 21, 2 pm – 3 pm
Online Event Hosted by Saint Paul Public Library

From the Event Page: Join Shannon Gibney to discuss her essay “Fear of a Black Mother” and her contribution to A Good Time for the Truth. This discussion will begin with a presentation from Shannon Gibney on her writing. Following the presentation, she will engage in a facilitated period of questions with audience.

Learn more about the One Book | One Minnesota program or download your free copy of the book from Ebooks Minnesota: https://sppl.org/onebook/

This One Book, One Minnesota: A Good Time for the Truth Author Discussion series is funded by the Minnesota Arts & Cultural Heritage fund.

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YOUTH MARCH & RALLY TO END VIOLENCE

Saturday, August 22, 12 pm – 3 pm
Minnesota State Capitol

From the Event Page: This youth led march and rally to end violence will be held on the grounds of the State Capitol on Saturday August 22, 2020. It will begin with a 1 mile march led by young men and women calling for an end to violence. We will meet on the Upper Mall of the State Capitol and have both youth/young adult speakers and words from community leaders.

*Until the election, every event we organize or are a part of will include voter registration and information.

**We will also be doing a school supplies drive, please contribute.

This is a permitted event.

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Race in Minnesota discussion with Rodrigo Sanchez-Chavarria

Saturday, August 22, 2 pm – 3 pm
Online Event Hosted by Saint Paul Public Library

From the Event Page: Join Rodrigo Sanchez-Chavarria to discuss his essay “Fighting the Oppressive Whiteness” and his contribution to A Good Time for the Truth. This discussion will begin with a presentation from Rodrigo Sanchez-Chavarria on his writing. Following the presentation, he will engage in a facilitated period of questions with audience.

Learn more about the One Book | One Minnesota program or download your free copy of the book from Ebooks Minnesota: https://sppl.org/onebook/

This One Book, One Minnesota: A Good Time for the Truth Author Discussion series is funded by the Minnesota Arts & Cultural Heritage fund.

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Black Lives Matter Period! Rally and March

Sunday, August 23, 12 pm – 2 pm
Hamline Park 1564 Lafond Ave, St Paul, MN 55104-1832

From the Event Page: This is the 5th Annual Justice for Marcus Golden Solidarity Protest, calling out systemic injustice and lifting up the names of those wrongfully taken law enforcement. We march in solidarity with All BIPOC, All Stolen Lives, and All Oppressed People.

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Central Honors Philando (Virtual) 2020

Sunday, August 23, 3 pm – 4 pm
Online Event

From the Event Page: Log on and come together to honor Philando Castile! The 5th Annual Central Honors Philando celebration will be streamed live online.

Raise money for a scholarship in his name, learn about community resources, enjoy the entertainment, see never before seen footage from past CHP events, take part in the raffle, learn about the history of the event, see what our 4 scholarship recipients are up to, and much more.

More information coming soon!
www.centralhonorsphilando.org
centralhonorsphilando@gmail.com

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Shake Up the Suburbs: March Against Police Violence

Tuesday, August 25, 5 pm – 8:30 pm
Lakeview Terrace Park, 3500 Beard Ave. N., Robbinsdale, MN

From the Event Page: Robbinsdale for Racial Justice with the guidance and leadership of leaders from Families Supporting Families Against Police Violence stand in solidarity in a march to protest police violence. The mission of R4RJ aims to dismantle racist systems in Robbinsdale by holding ourselves and city leaders accountable for policy changes. We strive to become an anti-racist community through education, support, transparency,and attending to and amplifying BIPOC experiences in our community.

Families Supporting Families Against Police Violence is a new support group designed to specifically support family members and friends who have lost someone at the hands of law Enforcement or have been brutalized in ANY way by the police and survived.

This is a peaceful, socially distant, family friendly march. As a first ring suburb of Minneapolis we are gathering to show support for BIPOC families in this area who are hurting as a result of police violence and systemic racism. All attendees will be asked to wear masks and keep a safe space between families.

This movement is nowhere near over and we have to keep up the fight! So many families are fighting for justice and we need to stand with them in solidarity. Join us on the 3rd month anniversary of George Floyd’s death to continue the fight against police violence and systemic racism in our surrounding communities.
– March through Robbinsdale making your voice heard as we make our way to the RPD and then to Spanjers Park.
– Listen to speakers from Families Supporting Families Against Police Violence as they lead us into an 8 minute and 46 second vigil at the Robbinsdale Police Department
– Rally at Spanjers Park as we listen to BIPOC youth speakers share their experiences.

This is about a 1.5 mile walk.

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Education as Reparative Justice: A Human Rights Lab Event

Tuesday, August 25, 7 pm – 8:30 pm
Online Event

From the Event Page: Education as and for Reparative Justice in Minnesota and Manitoba: Rethinking Indigenous Representation in Curriculum and Museum Exhibits

This webinar will explore Indigenous representation within educational institutions, such as schools, museums, and community spaces, in both Minnesota and Manitoba. Two renowned scholars, Karine Duhamel (Anishinaabe-Métis) (Canadian Museum for Human Rights) and Iyekiyapiwin Darlene St. Clair (Bdewakantunwan Dakota) (St Cloud State University), will discuss their work in Indigenous education, as well as the limits and possibilities of education to serve both for and as reparative justice in both contexts. Participants will have a chance to engage with the presenters in a brief discussion / q&a session.

Participants may be interested in familiarizing themselves with the following resources in advance of the session:

Duhamel, K. (2017). Kanata/Canada: Re-storying Canada 150 at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. Journal of the Canadian Historical Association/Revue de la Société historique du Canada, 28(1), 217-247.
“Little war on the prairie.” (2012, November, 23). This American Life.

This virtual presentation and discussion are free and open to the public. Email George Dalbo at dalbo006@umn.edu for more information.

This presentation is part of the Human Rights Lab project and is organized by the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies at the University of Minnesota in conjunction with the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.

Learn more & register here: https://cla.umn.edu/chgs/events/education-and-reparative-justice-minnesota-and-manitoba

For more information about the Human Rights Lab visit: https://www.law.umn.edu/human-rights-center/human-rights-lab

To request disability-related accommodations, please contact Joe Eggers at egger207@umn.edu by Tuesday, August 11th.

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Justice For Lionel “Twan” Lewis Event

Wednesday, August 26, 4 pm
U.S. Bank Stadium

From the Event Page: My name is Mia Montgomery, Lionel Lewis’s youngest daughter. I am dedicating my birthday (Aug 26th) to my father, wrongfully killed by MN police.

On July 14th 2002 a call was made by a bystander for a “POSSIBLE domestic violence” The officers arrived to Day Lake in Hibbing,MN. Before even addressing the situation they approached my father with drawn guns. The three officers: Mike Douville, Kris Halverson, and Brent Everett murdered my father. They beat my father so badly that his eye ball was out of the socket, his ribs were broken, his scull was cracked. They proceeded to spray an entire bottle of mace in my fathers face, put a spit bag over his head and left him in a squad car when it was 84 degrees out WITHOUT IT RUNNING FOR OVER AN HOUR, well getting statements from bystanders. They left my dad unresponsive for over an hour and a half before a call was made for medical attention. My dads death was falsely labeled as “agitated delirium”. These officers were never held accountable. Please march with us to help get my dads name out there and help us reopen the case!!!

***sweet treats and drinks will be served for a birthday/ justice for Lionel Lewis celebration.

Donations towards March & lawyer fees can be donated to:
Cashapp: $mia227x
Venmo: mia227x
PayPal: Mianadine16

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How Can We Breathe: The Mamas

Thursday, August 27, 5:30 pm – 8 pm
Online Event

From the Event Page: Register today to participate in Minnesota Humanities Center and Sweet Potato Comfort Pies’ first virtual story circle in the How Can We Breathe series.

On August 27th, learn from four Mamas who have tragically lost their children to police killings and other forms of violence. Now working to advocate and organize for change, Irma Jean Burns, Princess Haley, Marilyn Hill, and Mary Johnson-Roy will discuss how protest and uprising can serve as a catalyst to drive systemic change in our society.

Facilitator: Rose McGee of Sweet Potato Comfort Pies

Learn more:https://mnhum.org/event/online-how-can-we-breathe-the-mamas/

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The Minneapolis Children’s March

Saturday, August 29, 9 am – 12 pm
Minneapolis, MN

From the Event Page: Use your voice and stories to speak out against police violence and racial injustice! Connect in a peaceful setting and practice self-expression! We will march down Chicago Avenue and demonstrate our commitment to the fight against police violence and racial injustice!

Bring a sign, bring a letter to city officials expressing the change you’d like to see in our city, and your spirit! MASKS REQUIRED!

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I Want to Breathe

Saturday, August 29, 9 am – 12 pm
270 Lexington Pkwy N, St Paul, MN 55104

From the Event Page: Did you know that Maggie Barnes held the second March for children in the United States on June 6, 2020 . The first ever given was May 2 thru May 5,1963 in Birmingham Alabama kids protest to end Segregation, after being arrest and released and rearrested again, fire hosed and the dogs set on the children, It seem to be well worth the protest, because of the protest desegregation Civil Rights Act of 1964. 57 years later another KidsMarch not a protest butt a March that would allow all children of every culture to be allowed to use their voices and be seen and heard. It is important that we allow our kids space to work through today’s challenges.

The children of today, tomorrow and the future to come are the leaders to-be of our world. Your children are the well-being citizens in waiting, who will lead the future societies. Let’s allow them a third KidsMarch before school goes back into session. Let’s reinforce to them, that they do have a voice and their voices need to be heard – NOW! Come out and help make this KidsMarch stronger than the first march in June and more powerful than the second March in July. Bring your children out to make this kids march even more eye-opening. I hope to see you there. Encourage them to come with their and their own signs and their big voices!

SOCIAL DISTANCING IS VERY IMPORTANT , WE DONE IT BEFORE AND WE CAN DO IT AGAIN….

Gathering Time: 9am @ Oxford Community Center
March Begins: 10am
Concluding at: Dunning Field

Reminders: please bring water bottle, and COVID-19 Mask
After the march there will be music, food, fun. Police Escort
THIS IS A DIVERSE CULTURE EVENT ALL CULTURE ARE WELCOME.
Let’s bring these children together!!

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Racial Healing: From Awareness to Action

Thursday, September 3, 10, 17, and 24 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Online Event

From the Event Page: This course will meet on Thursdays,
Sept. 3, 10, 17, and 24, from 6:30-8:30 pm CST.

This course will include foundational definitions and working assumptions, connect inter-personally to strengthen capacities for deep learning, investigate the contours of personal DKDK (we don’t know what we don’t know!), and help to develop and share action plans for next steps to participate in the racial healing so urgently needed today. Each session builds on previous sessions – so participation from the beginning is essential.

Cali Anicha: Cali is a career P-12 educator currently working as an Adjunct and Consultant with local universities. Cali recognizes herself as a recipient of the unearned over-advantaging of whiteness. Recognition of the advantages conferred as a cis-gendered woman who economically benefits from multiple educational opportunities has grown for Cali over the years. More recently, she is coming to understand that notions of dis/ability are foundational to beliefs about human worth and dignity.

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Witnessing my Whiteness

Thursday, September 10, 1 pm – 2:30 pm
Online Event

From the Event Page: This will be an interactive session where participants can interrogate their experience with whiteness. We will be sharing with one another, reflecting, and taking steps to stop wielding our whiteness to inflict harm.

Register in advance for this Zoom-based event:
https://minnstate.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwocOitrDIoHtFTDH8InR3tl1IB58fD9tN4

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The Generation that Will Lead Rally

Sunday, September 13, 3 pm – 6 pm
Minnesota State Capitol,75 Rev Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Saint Paul, Minnesota

From the Event Page: Update – we are postponing the event to a letter date- stay tune- In the past month Minnesota has seen many actions, and of what it has shown us is that it is really the youth that are leading our movements for social change. They have been tirelessly out on the streets, vocalizing their pain and frustration against the system that is oppressing us, fighting for justice on the front lines. This protest is organized by youth, led by youth, and it is for everyone who stands behind them in our continued struggle. This is a critical moment to show up for the next generation and empower them to raise their voices and fight for the world that they’ll live in tomorrow.

Our message to the youth: organize your friends and networks to show up. This is a statewide movement, and it only exists when YOU speak up and demonstrate to the world that is is OUR generation that recognizes the courage and commitment it takes to keep this fight going and to revoke any vestiges of white supremacy, police brutality and any form of systemic racism in our state. WE need to lead this charge. That is what this event is about. Organize your school, bring out your friends and classmates, wear your school colors, and tell those in power that you’re young but your voice matters too. We’re counting on you.

“This is a time for bold measures. This is the country, and you are the generation.” — Bono

This will be a socially distanced protest. Please wear masks and expect to maintain a six-foot distance.

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Hope in the Struggle event at the Roseville Public Library

Wednesday, September 16, 6:30 pm – 8 pm
Roseville Library, 2180 Hamline Ave. N, Roseville, MN 55113
Hosted by University of Minnesota Press and Ramsey County Library

From the Event Page: Josie Johnson and Carolyn Holbrook will be at the Roseville Public Library on Wednesday, September 16 at 6:30 p.m. for a discussion and signing of their book, coauthored with Arletta Little, Hope in the Struggle: A Memoir. Their presentation is part of the League of Women Voters of Roseville Area’s meeting and is open to the public.

A memoir about shouldering the cause of social justice during the darkest hours and brightest moments for civil rights in America—and, specifically, in Minnesota—Hope in the Struggle shines light on the difference one person can make. For Josie Johnson, this has meant making a difference as a Black woman in one of the nation’s whitest states.

“Josie R. Johnson has always been a champion of fairness and decency, and this book shows us that while there is still work to be done, with her help, there will always be hope.” —Walter Mondale

“Johnson tells the city’s history, from the early 1950s until now, by placing its tiny but vibrant black community at the center. This is a memoir of Minneapolis. That it is told by an African-American woman makes it rare and necessary. That she is not afraid to identify and call out the ways in which white supremacy excluded black people from their full rights as Minnesotans—from exclusionary housing covenants to employment discrimination—is important. It’s a book that might help newcomers understand the city’s racial history and one that long-timers might find revelatory.” —Star Tribune

“Johnson’s memoir covers a lot of difficult territory, but one thing rings clear throughout: She has met these myriad challenges and difficulties with intelligence, energy, and hope.” —Minnesota Alumni

Read more about the book here: https://www.upress.umn.edu/book-division/books/hope-in-the-struggle.

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Virtual Book Club: A Good Time for the Truth

Thursday, September 17, 7 pm – 8 pm
Online Event Hosted by Dakota County Historical Society
Tickets: www.dakotahistory.org

From the Event Page: Due to COVID-19, this presentation will take place virtually. The event will be hosted through Zoom, a video conferencing site. No account is required to view the presentation.

Join the Dakota County Historical Society for our monthly book club, “Books From Our Shelves.” September’s book is “A Good Time for the Truth: Race in Minnesota” by Sun Yung Shin.

In this provocative book, sixteen of Minnesota’s best writers provide a range of perspectives on what it is like to live as a person of color in Minnesota. They give readers a splendid gift: the gift of touching another human being’s inner reality, behind masks and veils of politeness. They bring us generously into experiences that we must understand if we are to come together in real relationships.

Registration for this virtual event is required. After registering you will receive a confirmation email. A separate email closer to the date will be sent containing the link and passcode for joining the event.

We are offering this program free of charge, but encourage you to make a donation to the Dakota County Historical Society to offset the loss of revenue we are experiencing through cancelled in-person events. These donations will allow us to continue operating a high level and continue to provide presentations like this in the future.

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LEAP! 2020: Feeding Native Families, Empowering Native Youth

Monday, September 28, 5 pm – 8:30 pm
Metropolitan Ballroom
Tickets · $50 via Eventbrite

From the Event Page: LEAP! is Division of Indian Work’s annual fundraiser to support its Horizons Unlimited Food Shelf and Youth Leadership Development Program.

LEAP: Feeding Native Families, Empowering Native Youth, is the Division of Indian Work’s annual fundraiser to support its Horizons Unlimited (HU) Food Shelf and Youth Leadership Development Program (YLDP). HU has provided food for the Twin Cities American Indian community since 1952 and remains the only culturally-sensitive food shelf serving the west metro American Indian population; YLDP has worked to empower American Indian youth since 1980.LEAP event highlights include live entertainment, a silent auction, live auction, appetizers, and a cash bar. Proceeds raised during the evening will support food shelf and youth program costs. Last year we raised more than $75,000! We invite you to be part of an amazing event filled with laughter, friendly bidding competitions, and a common purpose—helping to provide services to the Twin Cities Native American community.

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The BlackOUT

Saturday, October 17, 12 pm – 6pm
CoMotion Center for Movement

From the Event Page: The BlackOUT: A Vision of celebrating Black Excellence, in a Black-owned space, to spend money with / support Black-owned food vendors, and Black-owned merchandisers while listening to some of the Black Pillars and performers from our community all in the midst of jammin’ to Black DJs bumpin’ Black Music the entire time!!
Come out and spend some money with your peoples; see, learn about and support new black businesses right here in our city!!

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Resources and Donations

Resources to Support the Minneapolis Protests and Community

Google doc filled with volunteer opportunities and a multitude of other resources.
List of Resources


Places to Donate

Seeking Food and Other Donations
Accepting Monetary Donations

SUPPORT FOR VICTIMS’ FAMILIES

George Floyd’s family
Donations cover funeral costs; counseling services; legal fees; and care for his children. https://www.gofundme.com/f/georgefloyd

Ahmaud Arbery’s mother fund
Donations support the family’s legal battle.
https://www.gofundme.com/f/i-run-with-maud

Breonna Taylor’s family
Donations fund legal fees and offer extra support.
https://www.gofundme.com/f/9v4q2-justice-for-breonna-taylor

David McAtee’s mother and family
https://www.gofundme.com/f/justicefordavidmcatee

PROTEST TIPS AND SUPPORT

Safety During Protest
https://www.amnestyusa.org/pdfs/SafeyDuringProtest_F.pdf

The Black Trans Protesters Emergency Fund
Raises money for physical resources, bail, and medical care for black, transgender protesters, which will be redistributed to black, trans-led organizations https://www.instagram.com/p/CA8GE-HDbxa/

The NAACP Legal Defense Fund
Supports racial justice through advocacy, litigation, and education. https://www.naacpldf.org/about-us/

The Legal Rights Center
A non-profit law firm based in Minneapolis, offering legal defense, educational, and advocacy services. https://www.legalrightscenter.org/

Black Visions Collective
A black, trans, and queer-led social justice organization and legal fund based in Minneapolis-St. Paul. https://www.blackvisionsmn.org/about

The Know Your Rights Camp
An organization founded by Colin Kaepernick that provides education and training in black and brown communities has set up a legal fund for Mpls. https://www.knowyourrightscamp.com/

ORGANIZATIONS WORKING AGAINST POLICE ABUSE

Showing Up For Racial Justice
Works to educate white people about anti-racism and organizes actions to support the fight for racial justice and undermine white supremacy.
https://www.showingupforracialjustice.org/donate-to-surj.html

Communities United Against Police Brutality
Operates a crisis hotline where people can report abuse; offers legal, medical, and psychological resource referrals; and engages in political action against police brutality. https://www.cuapb.org/what_we_do

POCI Caucus of Minnesota Legislature
Introduced reforms they are pushing at the State level to address police misconduct and prevent more killings and police misconduct against the communities they serve. https://www.house.leg.state.mn.us/members/Profile/News/10399/30019

New Era of Public Safety
An Advocacy Toolkit for Fair, Safe, and Effective Community https://www.obama.org/wp-content/uploads/Toolkit.pdf

Campaign Zero
Has a comprehensive package of urgent policy solutions informed by data, research and human rights principles to change the way police serve our communities. https://www.joincampaignzero.org/#vision

NPAP
Their mission is to promote the accountability of law enforcement officers and their employers for violations of the Constitution and the laws of the United States https://www.nlg-npap.org/

MPD 150
A participatory, horizontally-organized effort by local organizers, researchers, artists and activists helping organizers in other cities to establish practical abolitionist strategies.
https://www.mpd150.com/

COMMUNITY SUPPORT

Hallie Q. Brown Community Center
The Mission of Hallie Q. Brown is to improve the quality of life in our community by providing access to critical human services, fostering and promoting personal growth, and developing community leadership.
http://www.hallieqbrown.org/site/index.php/get-involved/volunteer/
http://www.hallieqbrown.org/site/index.php/get-involved/donate/

MOODI
(Mobile Outreach and Outdoor Drop-In)
Initiative of the Cultural Wellness Center in Minneapolis, providing immediate response and resources for people currently without shelter. https://www.givemn.org/story/Mxmjeg

We Love Lake Street
Gathers donations for small businesses and non-profits on Lake Street in Minneapolis, to help with the clean-up effort, as is the West Broadway Business and Area Coalition. https://www.welovelakestreet.com/checkout/donate?donatePageId=5ed02a6ccfba127f3c1cc3fd

Okra Project
Combats food insecurity in black trans and gender-nonconforming communities. It set up two funds — the Tony McDade Mental Health Recovery Fund, for trans men, and the Nina Pop Mental Health Recovery Fund, for trans women — to help cover the costs of mental health therapy sessions with licensed black therapists. You can donate money here, and learn about donating services by following the links above. https://www.theokraproject.com/

Mutual Aid Fund
Good place to send community support amid a pandemic. https://mutualaiddisasterrelief.org/collective-care/

Fair Fight
Organization founded by Stacey Abrams that aims to end voter suppression and equalize voting rights and access for fairer elections. https://secure.actblue.com/donate/fairfight-2020-dtd

BLACK VISIONS COLLECTIVE (BLVC)
Believes in a future where all Black people have autonomy, safety is community-led, and we are in right relationship within our ecosystems.
https://www.blackvisionsmn.org/


Essential Supplies Needed at YWCA Midtown!

As the weeks have gone by, we’ve served hundreds of families at the pop-up distribution center at YWCA Midtown.
This week, we are seeking donations of diapers, paper products, personal hygiene items and household cleaning supplies to meet the continued urgent need.We are now collecting items Monday – Friday, 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm, and Saturdays 9:00 am – 4:00 pm at YWCA Midtown (2121 East Lake Street, Minneapolis, MN 55407). 
Items Needed: (no food, please)

-Diapers
-Menstrual pads
-Toilet paper
-Paper towels
-Facial tissues
-Dish soap
-Cleaning spray
-Sponge/scrubber
-Laundry detergent
-Disinfectant wipes

Here is the full list of items we are accepting. We are also looking for volunteers to help us organize items, take inventory and build care packages!
New Hours for Picking Up Food and Supplies 

-Wednesdays from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm for walk-up only.
-Saturdays 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm for walk-up and drive-up.

For more information, visit us at ywcampls.org/drive

Miscellaneous Resources and Information

The Epicenter for Change T-Shirt

We are excited to launch this limited-edition The Epicenter For Change T-shirt to support Minnesota communities impacted from the unrest stemming from the death of George Floyd.

Designed by local youth artists from Juxtaposition Arts in North Minneapolis, the T-shirt depicts images of Minnesota communities united together. The Minnesota Twins logo sits as a marker to the Twin Cities, embodying the strength of Minnesota as an epicenter for change.

Proceeds benefit: West Broadway Business and Area Coalition/Northside Funders Group, Lake Street Council, St. Paul Area Chamber of Commerce.

Cost: $30.00 Donation

Information and Order Form


Black Lives Matter Lawn Signs – Twin Cities

All lawn sign proceeds go to Black-led organizations. This BLM lawn sign project was started in 2015 by SURJ MN with direction from Lena Gardner, in consultation with other BLM founders. 

Facebook Page
About the Signs


Refugee Savings Program

ISUROON
Contact: Ramla Elmi ramla@isuroon.org or (612)353-5765
Information about the program


Higher Ed Learning Collective

Public Facebook Group that includes a post of  Black Lives Matter Instructional Library


Augsburg University Religion Department

Statement of Commitment to Anti-Racist Action and Education
Read the complete statement


Confronting Racism at Work: A Reading List (Harvard Business Review)

2020 Inclusion, Anti-Racism, and Wellness Resources (National Institutes of Health)

Anti-Racism Education Resource List (NYU Global Inclusion, Diversity, and Strategic Innovation)

Anti-Racism Resources (OC Human Relations)

The Great Unlearn (curated by Rachel E. Cargle)

Racial Equity Resource Guide (W.K. Kellogg Foundation)

Training and Popular Education (Racial Equity Tools)

Racial Justice, Racial Equity, and Anti-Racism Reading List (Harvard Kennedy School)

Training for Racial Equity and Inclusion: A guide to selected programs (Written by Ilana Shapiro, Ph.D., Alliance for Conflict Transformation/Linked via Racial Equity Tools)

Resources for Ending Anti-Black Racism (Soul 2 Soul Sisters)

Let’s Talk About Anti-Blackness (Yes! For Teachers)

Confronting Anti-Black Racism (PBS LearningMedia)