Making It Real: Our History with Police, Our Future Without Them
Oct
8
to Oct 21

Making It Real: Our History with Police, Our Future Without Them

This fall, Minneapolis collective MPD150 presents “Making It Real: Our History with Police and Our Future Without Them,” an art exhibit exploring the power and possibility of a police-free community, featuring new work from Jacob Yeates, Sishir Bommakanti, Aja Marie Ussrey, Ali Abdirahman, and Sophea Ek. 

GENERAL HOURS: Monday - Thursday, 11-7pm.

CLOSING EVENT on October 21: Community Discussion and Resource Sharing, 1-5pm.

Organized into “past,” “present,” and “future” sections, the exhibit follows the narrative arc of MPD150’s 2017 report— a community-led performance review of the Minneapolis Police Department on the 150th anniversary of its founding. The exhibit aims to continue that culture-shifting work through art. In order to build the world in which we want to live, we have to be able to see it first. We know that the status quo is not working. We know that reform efforts are not enough. We know that safe and healthy communities without police are possible. Art is one step toward making it real.

Find more at www.mpd150.com

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National Network on Cuba Fall Conference
Oct
19
to Oct 21

National Network on Cuba Fall Conference

Minnesota Cuba Committee supporters:

On October 19-21 the Minnesota Cuba Committee will for the first time host the annual meeting of the National Network on Cuba, our parent organization. Fifty to seventy people will come to the Twin Cities from across the country to attend the three-day conference, which will be held at Augsburg College on the West Bank. The guests will include Miguel Fraga, the first secretary of the Cuban embassy in Washington who will also stay in the Twin Cities for two days after the conference for meetings with local leaders and activists. We also hope to be joined by representatives from the Institute for Friendship with the Peoples (ICAP) from Havana. On Friday evening, October 19, there will be a welcoming reception, and during the day on Saturday, there will be a series of panels on a variety of subjects related to Cuba and US-Cuban relations. Saturday evening will be a rally and cultural event and Sunday morning will be the business meeting of the NNOC.

We are hoping for a broad participation of individuals and organizations from Minnesota and in order to make this happen we need people to help us with a range of tasks that are listed below. Please let us know if you can help. Contact Greg Klave at gregklave@msn.com or 763-228-2899.

Minnesota Cuba Committee
MNCuba@minnesotacubacommittee.org - 612-367-6134

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Climate Justice Canvass - Get Out the Vote
Oct
21
1:20 PM13:20

Climate Justice Canvass - Get Out the Vote

  • MN350: Building a Climate Movement in Minnesota (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

**Paid canvass opportunity** We’re only days away from the Midterm Election, and we have the opportunity to mobilize thousands of voters in Minnesota toward building a future that works for all of us. 

MN350’s deep canvass team motivating voters to act on their values, get involved in the climate justice movement and vote in the upcoming election. We’re asking you to join us in the final stretch of our deep canvassing efforts.

This is a paid opportunity because we know that your commitment and time is very valuable during this time of the busy year. 

The next paid deep canvass days are:

Sunday, October 21 in Minneapolis 2-8 p.m. For location sign up at: https://secure.everyaction.com/4BypZZ5TxkuZVAZYtxIhjQ2/?sourceid1003248
(if you’d like a ride to the training, meet at 1:30 p.m. at MN350’s office – 2104 Stevens Ave, Minneapolis)

Sunday, October 28 in Plymouth 2-8 p.m. For location sign up at: https://secure.everyaction.com/rMGBGG6jdEGWuSa1c8lbzg2/?sourceid1003248
(if you’d like a ride to the training location, meet at 1:20 p.m. at MN350’s office – 2104 Stevens Ave, Minneapolis)

The timing includes a training, travel time to turf, canvassing, and a short debrief. Snacks and drinks will be provided. Pay is $15/hour.

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Call in: Tell City Council to fund Municipal ID for success!
Oct
22
12:00 PM12:00

Call in: Tell City Council to fund Municipal ID for success!

Call in Monday, October 22: 
Tell City Council to set Municipal ID up for success! 
Properly fund it now!

For those with difficulty obtaining state ID cards, Municipal IDs can remove barriers to interacting with police and government officials as well as things like renting apartments and accessing banking services. 

The full Minneapolis city council is slated to vote on the Municipal ID ordinance on December 7th, following budget hearings on December 5th. 

The mayor's 2019 budget has proposed $200,000 for a Municipal ID program, but current estimates show that due to up-front costs including advanced identification technology, the first year could cost as much as five times the proposed amount. We are advocating for funding for a Municipal ID program to be increased to $400,000 in the 2019 budget. 

Municipal ID must be set up for success! This means giving it adequate funding. Call your city council member and demand that they:

* Vote to pass the Municipal ID ordinance
* Increase Municipal ID funding in the 2019 budget to $400,000

Ward Council Member Phone Number
1 Kevin Reich 612.673.2201 
2 Cam Gordon 612.673.2202 
3 Steve Fletcher 612.673.2203 
4 Phillipe Cunningham 612.673.2204 
5 Jeremiah Ellison 612.673.2205 
6 Abdi Warsame 612.673.2206 
7 Lisa Goodman 612.673.2207 
8 Andrea Jenkins 612.673.2208 
9 Alondra Cano 612.673.2209 
10 Lisa Bender 612.673.2210 
11 Jeremy Schroeder 612.673.2211 
12 Andrew Johnson 612.673.2212 
13 Linea Palmisano 612.673.2213

If you are unsure who your city council member is, find your ward here: http://www.ci.minneapolis.mn.us/council/maps/about_maps_ward-finder

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Canvass for Transit Justice
Oct
22
4:00 PM16:00

Canvass for Transit Justice

  • Snelling and University, St. Paul  (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

MN350 is talking to bus riders across the twin cities about building a clean, safe transit system - and how to get there. Join our public campaign for clean, accessible, and safe transit service across the Twin Cities. We'll also offer voter registration and election reminders.

Sign up here: https://secure.everyaction.com/_0vmnBcf0k27qfHrSHXPlw2

Our schedule of locations: 
Oct. 1: Mears Park, St. Paul
Oct. 8: Brooklyn Center Transit Center
Oct. 15: Chicago-Lake Transit Center 
Oct. 22: Snelling and University, St. Paul 
Oct. 29: Mears Park, St. Paul 
Nov. 5: Minneapolis Central Library (GOTV)

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Stand Up for Justice for Immigrants Vigil
Oct
23
7:30 AM07:30

Stand Up for Justice for Immigrants Vigil

  • Bishop Henry Whipple Federal Building (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Tuesdays, 7:30 am, Stand up for justice for immigrants. Say NO to family separation and deportation. We gather weekly with signs (bring your own or use one provided) at the ICE entrance closest to the Fort Snelling light rail station. We are vigiling on Minnehaha Ave by the sign at the driveway entrance to I.C.E. Rain or Shine. (If using GPS - 6000 Minnehaha Ave). Info: Pepper 612.701.6963 or Mary Lou 612.280.0354

Meet every Tuesday morning!

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Hennepin County Attorney Forum
Oct
23
6:30 PM18:30

Hennepin County Attorney Forum

Please join NCJW Minnesota, Jewish Community ActionLeague of Women Voters MinnesotaWomen's March MinnesotaBlack Votes Matter MN, and ACLU of Minnesota for a Hennepin County Attorney Forum with candidates Mike Freeman for Hennepin County Attorney and Mark Haase for Hennepin County Attorney.

6:30 – 7:00 p.m. – Arrival and casual conversations

7:00 – 8:15 p.m. – Candidate forum

This event is free and open to the public

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Water Protectors Resist Line 3 Teach-In
Oct
24
1:00 PM13:00

Water Protectors Resist Line 3 Teach-In

  • Mayo Memorial Building C231 (aka Todd Amphitheatre), UMN East Bank (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join the Department of Chicano & Latino Studies for its second Critical Conversations Series talk on Wednesday, October 24 from 1 to 2:15 pm at the Mayo Memorial Building C231 (aka Todd Amphitheatre) on the University of Minnesota East Bank 

Water protectors from Ginew, a new grassroots encampment focused on direct action trainings and lead by indigenous women, will discuss the recent struggle against Enbridge's pipeline (Line 3) in northern Minnesota. The collective of organizers base their work on the principles of inclusivity, indigenous-led non-violent resistance, and the protection of Mother Earth for generations to come. 

All are welcome to attend.

This event is co-sponsored by StopLine3.org

PARKING:
East River Road Garage - 385 East River Parkway Minneapolis, MN, 55455
Washington Ave. Ramp - 501 Washington Avenue SE Minneapolis, MN, 55455
Weisman Art Museum Garage - 333 East River Road Minneapolis, MN, 55455

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Allies in Faith: Challenging Islamophobia
Oct
24
6:30 PM18:30

Allies in Faith: Challenging Islamophobia

  • St. John the Evangelist Episcopal Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

How can we stand against Islamophobia as a person of faith? What is “Islamophobia” and what are some practical strategies for addressing it? Please join us for this time with Jaylani Hussein, Executive Director for CAIR-MN (Council for American Islamic Relations, Minnesota) to deepen an understanding on what it means to be an ally – and to challenge Islamophobia!

We cordially invite you to this multi-congregational educational and inspirational event. It's free! Limited seating - so reserve your space today!

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Ramsey County Sheriff Town Hall
Oct
24
7:00 PM19:00

Ramsey County Sheriff Town Hall

As election day draws closer, we're committed to providing space to inform and educate our communities about the candidates running for office and the ways their policies would effect us all.

Join JCA & the Decriminalizing Communities Coalition for a town hall with candidates running for Ramsey County Sheriff. There will be opportunities to ask questions, and hear from the candidates themselves.

The event is free of charge. All are welcome.

NOTE: In the interest of holding an open and honest conversation, we have invited both candidates for Ramsey County Sheriff to this event. At this time, only one candidate has confirmed their availability for this date. No matter who attends, we view this event as an important opportunity for any and all candidates to engage with the community they could serve and will ask any candidate who attends important questions about how they would run the Sheriff's Office.

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Oct
25
5:30 PM17:30

PowerTalk: Who cares about Political and Civic Engagement!

Please Join Us!

Another election is upon us, but why is it important to participate?

Our democracy depends on your civic activities, but your well-being depends on yours and everyone else's participation in our political process.

Join us for a community event to discuss the importance of political and civic engagement. Minnesota has one of the highest voter turnout rate at 74%, compared to the national rate of 59%. Beyond voting, we need to be more informed about the issues, the candidates and pay greater attention to policies that impact us. Come share your ideas on how to be more engaged and what is at stake for you.

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey will join us to open the event. 

WHEN 
Thursday, October 25th
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

WHERE 
Thor Companies 
1256 Penn Avenue North, Suite 4000 
Minneapolis, MN 55411 
(free parking in the underground parking ramp)

RSVP NOW 
Please register here: https://secure.everyaction.com/2ADr8NJIfUiBUy9WymvXVA2

Light refreshments will be provided

Co-sponsors:
Asha-USA
Asian Media Access
CAPI
CASA
CAAL
FIRM
Hmong Museum
Lao Assistance Center
ManForward
Reviving Islamic Sisterhood for Empowerment
The SEAD Project
Sewa-Aifw
The Women's March of Minnesota

For more information, please contact kaying@caalmn.org

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werTalk: Who cares about Political and Civic Engagement!
Oct
25
5:30 PM17:30

werTalk: Who cares about Political and Civic Engagement!

Please Join Us!

Another election is upon us, but why is it important to participate?

Our democracy depends on your civic activities, but your well-being depends on yours and everyone else's participation in our political process.

Join us for a community event to discuss the importance of political and civic engagement. Minnesota has one of the highest voter turnout rate at 74%, compared to the national rate of 59%. Beyond voting, we need to be more informed about the issues, the candidates and pay greater attention to policies that impact us. Come share your ideas on how to be more engaged and what is at stake for you.

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey will join us to open the event. 

WHEN 
Thursday, October 25th
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

WHERE 
Thor Companies 
1256 Penn Avenue North, Suite 4000 
Minneapolis, MN 55411 
(free parking in the underground parking ramp)

RSVP NOW 
Please register here: https://secure.everyaction.com/2ADr8NJIfUiBUy9WymvXVA2

Light refreshments will be provided

Co-sponsors:
Asha-USA
Asian Media Access
CAPI
CASA
CAAL
FIRM
Hmong Museum
Lao Assistance Center
ManForward
Reviving Islamic Sisterhood for Empowerment
The SEAD Project
Sewa-Aifw
The Women's March of Minnesota

For more information, please contact kaying@caalmn.org

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Move to Amend Workshop: Division and Co-option
Oct
25
6:00 PM18:00

Move to Amend Workshop: Division and Co-option

The East Side Freedom Library invites you to participate in a workshop organized and presented by Move to Amend:

Democracy: What is It? Can We Have It? What Do We Need to Do?
Session 6: Division and Co-option
Thursday, October 25th, 2018, 6-8pm

Objectives: Explore the ways that social justice movements can be co-opted, and learn how a democracy movement can avoid repeating those mistakes.

Preparation: For each session there are pre-session readings or videos. To receive them, sign up with Barbara Gerten at minnesota@movetoamend.org. Leave your name, phone number and email address.

Study sessions developed by Move to Amend and sponsored & facilitated by MN Move to Amend State Network. Content and order subject to change.

Free and open to all
East Side Freedom Library, 1105 Greenbrier St.
info@eastsidefreedomlibrary.org and 651-230-3294

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Iraqi Voices Screening with MINN
Oct
25
6:00 PM18:00

Iraqi Voices Screening with MINN

  • Iraqi & American Reconciliation Projectمشروع مصالحة الشعب العراقي والأمريكي (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The MINN Program Committee would like to invite you to an event featuring the Iraqi Voices short documentary films and filmmakers on Thursday, October 25th, 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm at the Iraqi American Reconciliation Project. 

Tickets are available to the general public for $10 and available to MINN members at no cost. Proceeds will go to support the programming of both MINN and IARP. Seating is limited so please reserve your tickets ahead of time.

The short documentary films are written and directed by Iraqi-Minnesotan refugees and immigrants though the Iraqi Voices mentorship program, an art lab that provides opportunities and skills to share stories through art. The goal of the documentaries are to break negative stereotypes, build a foundation of mutual understanding and respect and to create an open dialogue that leads to rebuilding relationships and Iraq.

Special thanks to the Iraqi American Reconciliation Project for hosting. IARP is located at 2021 East Hennepin Avenue Suite #200, Minneapolis MN. The screening will be held in the lower level conference room.

Come along for incredible documentaries, tea, and an engaging discussion with filmmakers to follow!

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Human Proof Fence: Opening Celebration and Discussion
Oct
26
7:00 PM19:00

Human Proof Fence: Opening Celebration and Discussion

The East Side Freedom Library invites you to join us for the opening celebration and discussion of the commissioned art exhibition

"HUMAN PROOF FENCE"
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 7PM

ESFL founders have long been haunted by the 2002 Australian film, "Rabbit Proof Fence," which told the story of three mixed race Aboriginal girls who escaped from a re-education camp in 1931 by following a thousand mile fence (which had been erected to contain rabbits) back to their home community. Inspired by this story, weshaped the concept of an art exhibit to be called "Human Proof Fence."

With the support of the Marbrook Foundation, ESFL has convened five visual artists with direct or allied experiences of dislocation, confinement, borders, walls, and resettlement. For six months, Aye Lwai, Rosie Say, Ger Yang, Pacha Galavix, and John Matsunaga have had conversations with each other. They have created powerful visual expressions of their communities' experiences.

Join us in bearing witness to their work and in discussing it with them.

East Side Freedom Library, 1105 Greenbrier St., St. Paul
Free and open to all
info@eastsidefreedomlibrary.org and 651-230-3294

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FRSO Socialist Movie Night Fidel: The Untold Story
Oct
27
5:30 PM17:30

FRSO Socialist Movie Night Fidel: The Untold Story

  • 4200 Cedar Avenue Minneapolis, MN, 55407 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

FRSO Socialist Movie Night

FIDEL: The Untold Story
Saturday, October 27th @ 5:30 pm @ 4200 Cedar, Minneapolis

Childcare available
Pizza & drinks

Join us for this 2001 documentary about Fidel Castro, historic leader of the socialist Cuban revolution. This documentary offers a unique opportunity to view Fidel through exclusive interviews with Castro himself, historians, public figures and close friends, and with rare footage from the Cuban State archives. Includes Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Alice Walker, Harry Belafonte and others offering political and historical perspectives on Castro and the long-standing US embargo against Cuba. Estela Bravo’s camera captures Fidel Castro swimming with bodyguards, visiting his childhood home and school, meeting with Nelson Mandela, Ted Turner and Muhammad Ali, meeting Elian Gonzalez, and celebrating his birthday with the Buena Vista Social Club. Juxtaposing the personal anecdotal with history of the Cuban revolution, Fidel tells a previously untold story and presents a new view of this historic revolutionary Marxist-Leninist leader.

Organized by Freedom Road Socialist Organization
Info: FRSOTC@GMAIL.COM | frso.org

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Our Future, Our Right: March w MN Youth for a Fossil Free Future
Oct
28
1:00 PM13:00

Our Future, Our Right: March w MN Youth for a Fossil Free Future

  • 316 Robert Street North Saint Paul, MN, 55101 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

On October 29, 2018, twenty-one young plaintiffs are bringing the US federal government to court, stating that: “Our government has known about the dangers of climate change for more than fifty years. Despite that knowledge, the United States has continued to pursue reckless and dangerous fossil fuel development, harming the health of our communities and threatening our futures. We want a federal Climate Recovery Plan that is in line with both the best available science and climate justice.” 

Young people across the country are standing with them -- including here in Minnesota. Join youth leaders at the Minnesota Federal Courthouse on the eve of the trial, Sunday Oct 28, for a rally and march from there to the Capitol from 1-4pm.

Our national and state government is not doing enough to address the climate crisis, so it’s up to us to do something NOW before it’s too late. We are the generation that will be affected the most by climate change and we want to ensure that we can ALL have safe and healthy futures. In Minnesota, young people are already fighting the Line 3 tar sands pipeline, petitioning the Pollution Control Agency to regulate greenhouse gasses, creating a climate resolution to be introduced to the State, and leading climate justice work in diverse communities. We are united in our belief that Minnesota needs to do everything in its power to stop fossil fuels now and further a climate justice economy. We are Minnesota youth, and to show our support for #YouthVGov, we are rallying on October 28 at the MN Federal Courthouse. 

We invite people of all ages to stand with the young leaders of the Youth Climate Interveners, Minnesota Can’t Wait, iMatter, the Sunrise Movement, YEA! MN, Minnesota Interfaith Power and Light, and more as we rally in solidarity with the youth suing Trump for not taking action on climate change in the #TrialoftheCentury. For more information, visit www.youthvgov.org.

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Climate Justice Canvass - Get Out the Vote
Oct
28
1:20 PM13:20

Climate Justice Canvass - Get Out the Vote

  • MN350: Building a Climate Movement in Minnesota (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

**Paid canvass opportunity** We’re only days away from the Midterm Election, and we have the opportunity to mobilize thousands of voters in Minnesota toward building a future that works for all of us. 

MN350’s deep canvass team motivating voters to act on their values, get involved in the climate justice movement and vote in the upcoming election. We’re asking you to join us in the final stretch of our deep canvassing efforts.

This is a paid opportunity because we know that your commitment and time is very valuable during this time of the busy year. 

The next paid deep canvass days are:

Sunday, October 21 in Minneapolis 2-8 p.m. For location sign up at: https://secure.everyaction.com/4BypZZ5TxkuZVAZYtxIhjQ2/?sourceid1003248
(if you’d like a ride to the training, meet at 1:30 p.m. at MN350’s office – 2104 Stevens Ave, Minneapolis)

Sunday, October 28 in Plymouth 2-8 p.m. For location sign up at: https://secure.everyaction.com/rMGBGG6jdEGWuSa1c8lbzg2/?sourceid1003248
(if you’d like a ride to the training location, meet at 1:20 p.m. at MN350’s office – 2104 Stevens Ave, Minneapolis)

The timing includes a training, travel time to turf, canvassing, and a short debrief. Snacks and drinks will be provided. Pay is $15/hour.

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Get Out the Vote with Release MN8
Oct
29
5:00 PM17:00

Get Out the Vote with Release MN8

We're connecting to new folks who are facing deportation and have no resources or knowledge on how to fight deportations. You can help by phone banking with us on Oct 29th. Sign-Up to GOTV with us today via the Google Form! https://tinyurl.com/GOTVMN8



Phone Banking at AAOP Office
Monday, Oct 29th
5pm-8pm
1535 Glenwood Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55405

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Staging Social Change
Oct
29
7:00 PM19:00

Staging Social Change

Staging Social Change: The Great Experiment That Was the Federal Theater Project

During the Great Depression, the federal government funded a wide range of job creation programs, which became known as the "New Deal." From shoveling snow in Buffalo, NY, to collecting the oral histories of elderly former slaves in Florida, the unemployed found not just jobs and a paycheck but opportunities to contribute to civic life. Perhaps the most controversial program was the Federal Theater Project, which produced politically daring and boundary breaking plays from big cities to small towns. This great experiment lasted only seven years, shut down by the House Unamerican Activities Committee which decided that the theater was spreading politically subversive ideas.

Local theater maker Kit Bix will discuss the glory and demise of the Federal Theater Project. With the assistance of actors Natalie Rae Weiss, Charles M. Numrich, Adrienne Louise Kleinman, Zach Holmquist, Jr., and Corey DiNardo, her presentation will include excerpts from her adaptations of It Can't Happen Here and Revolt of the Beavers, both of which were hits at recent Fringe Festivals. 

Join us at the intersection of education and entertainment.

It Can't Happen Here, photo: Kari Elizabeth Godfrey

East Side Freedom Library, 1105 Greenbrier St., St. Paul
Free and open to all
info@eastsidefreedomlibrary.org and 651-230-3294

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NCJW Podcast Club - Talking About Privilege
Oct
29
7:00 PM19:00

NCJW Podcast Club - Talking About Privilege

Podcast Club is back! 

From the episode page:

"Privilege comes in many forms: socio-economic privilege, gender privilege, heterosexual privilege, to name a few. But behind every case is an imbalance of power, invisible to those who possess it, and ever-present for those who don’t."

Join us for an engaging and important discussion where we will unpack and discuss privilege and the opportunities and advantages it presents based on identities. We will explore how we can extend the conversation in the hopes of building a world that is focused on equality and fairness.

Find the episode here: http://www.wbur.org/dearsugar/2018/08/11/talking-about-privilege-with-catrice-m-jackson

RSVP here by indicating "Going" on Facebook. 

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Stand Up for Justice for Immigrants Vigil
Oct
30
7:30 AM07:30

Stand Up for Justice for Immigrants Vigil

  • Bishop Henry Whipple Federal Building (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Tuesdays, 7:30 am, Stand up for justice for immigrants. Say NO to family separation and deportation. We gather weekly with signs (bring your own or use one provided) at the ICE entrance closest to the Fort Snelling light rail station. We are vigiling on Minnehaha Ave by the sign at the driveway entrance to I.C.E. Rain or Shine. (If using GPS - 6000 Minnehaha Ave). Info: Pepper 612.701.6963 or Mary Lou 612.280.0354

Meet every Tuesday morning!

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Minneapolis School Board Forum
Oct
30
6:00 PM18:00

Minneapolis School Board Forum

  • UROC University of Minnesota Urban Research and Outreach-Engagement Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Please join our parent leaders as they lead the conversation with Minneapolis School Board Candidates and talk about the issues that concern our families and communities the most. 

Make sure any candidate that is elected speaks for our family's interest. We are counting on you to show them we are invested and we will hold them accountable! 

Please call Tonya @ 651.428.2189 for questions.

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Pax Conversational Salon
Oct
30
6:30 PM18:30

Pax Conversational Salon

Tuesday night, October 30 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at Mississippi Market at 1500 West 7th Street in St. Paul.

Tonight’s salon is about the trail of Roger Cuthbertsona nd Molly Wetherall who were acquitted because of their First Amendment Rights being confirmed in the verdict for their protest of the killing of Philando Castile by police in July 2016. The trial and acquittal was in June 2018. Roger will be at the salon to tell us about the trail and his thoughts about the justice system.

Free, but donations welcome. Call 651-227-3228 for information.

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A Night to Know the Truth Community Education Event
Nov
1
6:30 PM18:30

A Night to Know the Truth Community Education Event

"I was able to hide my use from my parents, using right in front of them" Know the Truth Presenter

Join us on November 1st for a Community Education event- we will have an interactive exhibit, resource fair, K9 demonstration, presentation and Q & A forum.

Hear the the stories of young adults who struggled with substance use. They will walk you through their journey from their first use, all the way through thier decision to get help. You will also hear from the Ramsey County Sheriff Jack Serier, Ramsey County Attorney John Choi, a Certified Prevention Specialist and many more. This event is for anyone and everyone in the community who wants to gain tools and understanding of the current pressures youth are facing in todays society. 

72% of people that misuse prescriptions take them from friends or family. Safeguard your medicine cabinet and bring any unused or unwanted prescriptions to this event to be disposed of properly.

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Pipeline Resistance Team Meeting
Nov
1
6:30 PM18:30

Pipeline Resistance Team Meeting

  • MN350: Building a Climate Movement in Minnesota (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

What do you know about the pipeline that was approved by the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission (PUC) at the end of June? Whether you know a little or a lot, we have a great team who will welcome you and teach you more about the consequences Line 3 will have. The Pipeline Resistance Team meets every other Thursday to collectively brainstorm solutions to the problems that have been created as a result of the PUC's approval. Help us protect Minnesotans and all of our watersheds from the damage that one pipeline leak will cause for generations to come! IMPORTANT: The only reliable way to get into 2104 Stevens Ave. S. for our meeting is to go in through our back parking lot. Facing the building, go up the accessibility ramp to the far right and in that door. Our meeting is right inside that door. If you don't see people through the door, then you're in the wrong place.

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Palestinians: Past, Present & Future
Nov
3
9:30 AM09:30

Palestinians: Past, Present & Future

In a time when the circumstances of the Palestinian people become more insecure each day, Northfielders for Justice in Palestine/Israel presents "Palestinians: Past, Present and Future." The conference is 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Nov. 3, 2018, at St. John's Lutheran Church, 500 3rd St W., Northfield. 

Addressing the past through discussing the Nakba, or catastrophe, is Dr. Ibtesam Al Atiyat. Al Atiyat is an Associate Professor of Sociology and Anthropology at St. Olaf College in Northfield. She is also a refugee of the Nakba, when Zionist forces expelled her mother from her native village in Palestine and into Jordan, where Al Atiyat was born and raised. 

Jonathan Kuttab, a human rights lawyer in Israel-Palestine, will address the present Palestinian reality of apartheid. Kuttab will examine the legal definition of apartheid under international law and how it impacts Palestinians in the West Bank. Kuttab's family fled Palestine after the Six Day War. 

Dalit Baum, director of the Economic Activism Program of the American Friends Service Committee, will speak to the future for Palestinians through the lens of BDS. Baum is an Israeli Jew and IDF reservist who has publicly refused to be recalled for service.

Registration, which includes lunch, is $40; $10 for students. Scholarships are available. Tickets are available at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3611307. For more information, write to info@njpmn.org.

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Stop Line 3 Party - Longfellow
Nov
4
2:00 PM14:00

Stop Line 3 Party - Longfellow

RSVP here: https://secure.everyaction.com/KQOIrMP3okiQxfPlxv7mIQ2

Line 3 is a pipeline proposed to run through tribal lands and critical waterbodies in northern Minnesota, damaging our climate along the way. We are most capable of fighting for water, climate and Indigenous rights when we join together as a community and press forward. It is more important than ever to engage our friends and neighbors and welcome new voices into this movement. That’s why we’re organizing volunteer-led gatherings across Minnesota to build the community we need to resist Line 3! Come to learn about what Line 3 is and join a community of those fighting it.

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Opioid Overdose Prevention and Narcan Training
Nov
6
2:30 PM14:30

Opioid Overdose Prevention and Narcan Training

The Steve Rummler HOPE Network for Opioid Overdose Prevention Training will conduct the session, open to students. Participants must attend complete training to receive a prevention kit.

Opioid addiction is increasingly recognized as a national epidemic. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that opioids, both prescription and illicit, are the main driver of the nation’s drug overdose deaths.

Opioid Overdose Medical Rescue Kits are now available on campus and are carried by university safety officers, Thomas R. Maida, director of Public Safety and Auxiliary Services at Metropolitan State University. Additional kits are also located with all Automatic External Defibrillator units on campus. Kits have also been issued to trained individuals at multiple office and campus locations. If you see someone in need of medical attention, please call a university safety officer and 911.

Metropolitan State is committed to the health, wellness and safety of its community. Program volunteers are trained to administer Narcan Nasal Spray and given information pertaining to “Steve’s Law” (Minnesota Good Samaritan/Naloxone legislation).

Contact Julia Buermann, Nursing Student Organization president, at hr7443io@metrostate.edu with questions.

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Elections 2018: A Socialist Perspective
Nov
11
2:00 PM14:00

Elections 2018: A Socialist Perspective

The outcome of the 2018 midterm elections this year will have a big impact on working class and oppressed people. Join us the weekend after the elections for a discussion from a socialist perspective about the results on a local, state and national level. We'll talk about what the results will mean in the coming period for the labor movement, movements against racist police crimes, the immigrant rights movement, the women's movement and LGBTQ movement, and more.

Childcare and rides available upon request, email us at frsotc@gmail.com

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Immigrant Rights Vigil at Whipple
Nov
13
7:30 AM07:30

Immigrant Rights Vigil at Whipple

  • Bishop Henry Whipple Federal Building (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The Interfaith Coalition on Immigration (ICOM) plans a vigil to Demand Real Justice at Whipple! on Tuesday, November 13 at 7:30 am at the Bishop Henry Whipple Federal Building, 1 Federal Dr at Fort Snelling in St. Paul.

We demand that TRUE JUSTICE be done for immigrants in court at the Bishop Whipple Federal Building! We do not want the legacy of a fighter for human rights to be on this building where so many people experience deep injustice. We stand up with our immigrant siblings, and we call for full rights for all.

The Interfaith Coalition on Immigration gathers in solidarity with immigrants and refugees to achieve justice and stand up to systems of oppression. Vigil outside the Bishop Whipple Building, 1 Federal Drive, Fort Snelling on each second Tuesday of the month.

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JusticeThruJamar/Speak Out
Nov
13
8:30 AM08:30

JusticeThruJamar/Speak Out

  • Hennepin County Government Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Speak out at the office of County Prosecutor - whether it's Mike Freeman or Mark Haase, we demand all victims of police murder get justice like Laquan McDonald and Justine Damond. Reopen the cases for Jamar Clark, and all the rest, prosecute killer cops!

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CAIR-MN's Monthly Volunteer Meeting
Nov
13
5:30 PM17:30

CAIR-MN's Monthly Volunteer Meeting

The Council on American-Islamic Relations Minnesota hosts a monthly meeting for those wanting to learn more about the organization and to volunteer on the second Tuesday of the Month at their offices, 2511 E Franklin Ave in Minneapolis from 5:30 to 7:30 pm

We'll start out the meeting with an education piece and then talk about volunteer opportunities and events coming up. Light refreshments will be provided.

 

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JusticeThruJamar/Phone Banking
Nov
16
4:00 PM16:00

JusticeThruJamar/Phone Banking

  • 1800 Glenwood Avenue Minneapolis, MN, 55405 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS


Look for TCC4J members hitting up your inbox, your phone and your street corners, getting the word out about Saturday's community forum on #CommunityControl of the police. Help us out by sharing your memories of that fight on social media today, and inviting folks to the meeting! #StopKillerCops and fight for #MPACnow

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Public Naloxone Training
Nov
16
6:30 PM18:30

Public Naloxone Training

  • Lunds & Byerlys Uptown Minneapolis (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This training is open to the public to train and distribute naloxone, the medication used to reverse an opioid overdose.

At this training you will learn:
* What Naloxone (Narcan) is
* How it works when administered
* How to recognize the signs of an opioid overdose
* When to give naloxone
* Upon completion, you will have the opportunity to receive an OD prevention kit complete with three doses of naloxone.

*THIS IS NOT A CPR CLASS*

Please RSVP on Facebook
Training to be held in community room

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JusticeThruJamar MPAC Community Meeting
Nov
17
2:00 PM14:00

JusticeThruJamar MPAC Community Meeting

  • 1800 Glenwood Avenue Minneapolis, MN, 55405 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

"What is community control of the police? What does it look like in Minneapolis? What can we do today to build - and win - this fight? Join TCC4J as we explore these questions together as community!

CHILD CARE PROVIDED.
REFRESHMENTS PROVIDED.
CONTACT US WITH TRANSPORTATION OR OTHER NEEDS.

*** Unfortunately, the space where we'll be meeting is down a flight of stairs. If you can't do stairs, please reach out to us about how to get involved. ***"

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Mobilize for Mpls City Council PECE Committee Municipal ID vote
Nov
26
1:00 PM13:00

Mobilize for Mpls City Council PECE Committee Municipal ID vote


Mobilization to Support Minneapolis Municipal ID at PECE Committee vote!
Monday, Nov 26 - 1:00 pm
City Hall, Father of Waters Statue

Join us Monday, Nov 26, 2018 at 1:00 pm inside City Hall at the Father of Waters statue (enter on 4th Street side) to go up together to the 1:30 pm meeting of the City Council's "Public Health, Environment, Civil Rights, and Engagement Committee" (aka PECE Committee) in Room 317. The PECE committee is planning to vote on the Municipal ID ordinance Nov 26 so we want a large, visible turnout in support of passing Municipal ID. The ordinance will be voted on in the PECE Committee before going to a vote of the City Council as a whole. 
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Movilización para apoyar una ID municipal en Minneapolis en el voto del comité PECE
Lunes 26 de noviembre 1:00 pm
City Hall, estatua 'padre de aguas'

Únete el lunes 26 de noviembre 2018 a la 1:00 pm dentro del City Hall frente a la estatua 'padre de aguas' (entrada en calle 4) para subir juntos a la reunión a la 1:30 pm del Comité sobre la salud pública, el medioambiente, los derechos civiles y compromiso' del consejo municipal en el salon 317. El 'comité PECE' (por sus siglas en ingles) tiene programado votar el 26 de noviembre sobre la ordenanza para crear una identificación municipal así que queremos una movilización grante y visible mostrando el apoyo amplio para una identificación municipal. El comité PECE va a votar sobre la ordenanza antes de que vote el consejo municipal entero.

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Book Club for Northfielders Justice for Palestine
Dec
4
7:00 PM19:00

Book Club for Northfielders Justice for Palestine

  • St. John's Lutheran Church - Northfield, MN (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Northfielders Justice for Palestine Book Club will hold its second meeting on the book “It’s Easier to Reach Heaven than the End of the Street: A Jerusalem Memoir” by Dr. Emma Williams. at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Dec.. 4, 2018, in the Fireside Room at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 500 Third St. W., in Northfield. Future meetings are scheduled for Feb. 5, March 4 and April 2, 2019.

A first-hand account of life by a doctor and mother during the Second Intifada (“uprising”) the book is Dr. Emma Williams’ story of living in Jerusalem during turmoil that arose between Israelis and Palestinians in the summer of 2000. 

No prior knowledge of the subject or of the broader issues surrounding Palestine/Israel is necessary, nor is attendance at previous sessions. Anyone willing to learn, listen and discuss the issue is welcome, including those who have not read the book. Attendance is free but participants are responsible for providing their own book if desired. Contact Darlene Hand at 507-645-5078 for information about the book group.

Northfielders for Justice in Palestine/Israel is an ecumenical group of community members who organize local events to educate and advocate for justice and peace in Palestine/Israel. For more information about NJP, visit the website at www.njpmn.org or write to info@njpmn.org.

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Public Naloxone Training
Dec
5
6:00 PM18:00

Public Naloxone Training

  • 1 W Mendota Rd St. Paul Minnesota 55118 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This training is open to the public to train and distribute naloxone, the medication used to reverse an opioid overdose.

At this training you will learn:
* What Naloxone (Narcan) is
* How it works when administered
* How to recognize the signs of an opioid overdose
* When to give naloxone
* Upon completion, you will have the opportunity to receive an OD prevention kit complete with three doses of naloxone.

*THIS IS NOT A CPR CLASS*

RSVP by selecting going on this Facebook event page. 
Training to be held in Northern Service Center, Room 110 A, B, & C

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Faith Led, Justice Driven, CAIR-MN's 11th Annual Banquet
Dec
15
5:30 PM17:30

Faith Led, Justice Driven, CAIR-MN's 11th Annual Banquet

Please join us as we celebrate 11 years of protecting civil liberties and advocating for justice for Muslims in Minnesota who have faced discrimination, bullying, hate and the effects of Islamophobia. CAIR proudly presents keynote speaker Civil Rights Advocate Karen Korematsu, Founder and Executive Director of the Fred T. Korematsu Institute and special guest speaker Dr. Altaf Husain, Executive Assistant for Academic Affairs in the Office of the Provost at Howard University.

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Book Club for Northfielders Justice for Palestine
Feb
5
7:00 PM19:00

Book Club for Northfielders Justice for Palestine

  • St. John's Lutheran Church - Northfield, MN (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Northfielders Justice for Palestine Book Club will hold its third meeting on the book “It’s Easier to Reach Heaven than the End of the Street: A Jerusalem Memoir” by Dr. Emma Williams. at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Feb.. 5, 2019, in the Fireside Room at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 500 Third St. W., in Northfield. Future meetings are scheduled for March 4 and April 2, 2019.

A first-hand account of life by a doctor and mother during the Second Intifada (“uprising”) the book is Dr. Emma Williams’ story of living in Jerusalem during turmoil that arose between Israelis and Palestinians in the summer of 2000. 

No prior knowledge of the subject or of the broader issues surrounding Palestine/Israel is necessary, nor is attendance at previous sessions. Anyone willing to learn, listen and discuss the issue is welcome, including those who have not read the book. Attendance is free but participants are responsible for providing their own book if desired. Contact Darlene Hand at 507-645-5078 for information about the book group.

Northfielders for Justice in Palestine/Israel is an ecumenical group of community members who organize local events to educate and advocate for justice and peace in Palestine/Israel. For more information about NJP, visit the website at www.njpmn.org or write to info@njpmn.org.

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Sisters of Peace
Mar
23
to Apr 14

Sisters of Peace

March 23-April 14, 2019

by Doris Baizley Directed by Barbra Berlovitz

Today, yesterday & beyond. Wednesday nights on the Lake Street Bridge, you can always find a handful of people marching with colorful signs and protesting for peace. Among them, you’d find the McDonald sisters Brigid, Jane, Rita and Kate: legendary peace activists, who grew up as sisters in a large Irish farm family in Hollywood Township, Minnesota. The four sisters all entered the convent and became Catholic nuns who devoted their lives to teaching and peace activism. That’s only part of the story. Their incredible lives come to life in this stirring play that take us on a journey from the security gates of Honeywell Corporation, to the School of the Americas and back to the steps of the Cathedral of St. Paul. Wherever there is injustice, the chances of bumping into the McDonald sisters are high.

 THIS IS THEIR STORY! A story of love, passion and compassion – all with a sense of humor that comes from their wonderful Irish upbringing! These Sisters of Peace are Minnesota legends, for sure!

 Buy Single Tickets - Click here

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Book Club for Northfielders Justice for Palestine
Apr
2
7:00 PM19:00

Book Club for Northfielders Justice for Palestine

  • St. John's Lutheran Church - Northfield, MN (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Northfielders Justice for Palestine Book Club will hold its final meeting on the book “It’s Easier to Reach Heaven than the End of the Street: A Jerusalem Memoir” by Dr. Emma Williams. at 7 p.m., Tuesday, April 2, 2019, in the Fireside Room at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 500 Third St. W., in Northfield.

A first-hand account of life by a doctor and mother during the Second Intifada (“uprising”) the book is Dr. Emma Williams’ story of living in Jerusalem during turmoil that arose between Israelis and Palestinians in the summer of 2000. 

No prior knowledge of the subject or of the broader issues surrounding Palestine/Israel is necessary, nor is attendance at previous sessions. Anyone willing to learn, listen and discuss the issue is welcome, including those who have not read the book. Attendance is free but participants are responsible for providing their own book if desired. Contact Darlene Hand at 507-645-5078 for information about the book group.

Northfielders for Justice in Palestine/Israel is an ecumenical group of community members who organize local events to educate and advocate for justice and peace in Palestine/Israel. For more information about NJP, visit the website at www.njpmn.org or write to info@njpmn.org.

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October 21: Stop Endless U.S. Wars
Oct
21
1:30 PM13:30

October 21: Stop Endless U.S. Wars

In solidarity with the Women’s March on the Pentagon:

Stop Endless U.S. Wars

Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Pakistan, Somalia, Syria, Yemen

Anti-war protest
Sunday October 21, 2018
1:30 pm – Gather Mayday Plaza, 3rd Street & Cedar Ave South, Minneapolis
2:00 pm – March – the march will conclude at or near the starting point

No New Wars & Interventions
Hands off North Korea, Iran, Venezuela, Philippines, North Africa, Honduras & Everywhere
Dismantle U.S. nuclear weapons
Funds for housing, education, & the environment, not war

The weekend of October 20–21 will see a Women’s March on the Pentagon to speak out against endless war and the bi-partisan war machine, join the Minneapolis solidarity action.

Initiated by Minnesota Peace Action Coalition

Co-Sponsored by Anti-War Committee, Every Church a Peace Church, Freedom Road Socialist Organization, Mayday Books, Minnesota Cuba Committee, Minnesota War Tax Resistance, St. Joan of Arc Peacemakers, Socialist Action, Twin Cities Peace Campaign, Women Against Military Madness, Veterans for Peace.

For more information call 612-827-5364 or 612-275-2720.

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An Evening of Music & Dance in Solidarity with Cuba
Oct
20
7:00 PM19:00

An Evening of Music & Dance in Solidarity with Cuba

  • Hovesten Chapel, Foss Center, Augsburg University (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

-Featuring an address by Miguel Fraga, First Secretary, Cuban Embassy, Washington, DC., http://misiones.minrex.gob.cu/en/usa
-Music by Charanga Tropical, charangatropical.com
-Salsa lessons by Cuban choreographer Rene Thompson, renedance.com
-$10 suggested donation; Augsburg students free with student I.D.
-Refreshments available for purchase

Co-sponsors: Augsburg University Spanish Department, National Network on Cuba (www.nnoc.info), Witness for Peace Midwest (witnessforpeace.org/midwest)

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Panel Discussion: BLACK
Oct
20
5:00 PM17:00

Panel Discussion: BLACK

  • AC Hotels by Marriott Minneapolis West End (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Community organizer and artist D.A. Bullock will moderate a panel discussion of the new film BLACK, which is being featured in the Twin Cities Film Fest.

Panel speakers:
*David Buchanan--Director of film BLACK
*Dr. Raj Sethuraju--Associate Professor in Criminology, Metropolitan State University
*Monique Cullars-Doty--Aunt of Marcus Golden (killed by St. Paul Police) and activist with Black Lives Matter Minnesota and other organizations
*Michelle Gross--President, Communities United Against Police Brutality

See https://tcffeducation.org/black-panel for more information. This event is part of the Twin Cities Film Fest. For a full schedule of events, go to http://tcff.education/fbevent18

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Nuclear Asia: Prospects for Peace
Oct
20
2:00 PM14:00

Nuclear Asia: Prospects for Peace

  • Metropolitan State University St. Paul Campus (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

An outreach event in conjunction with the Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs will be held on Saturday, October 20 from 2:00 pm to 6:30 pm at Metropolitan State University, Saint Paul Campus, room 101 and lounge, Student Center, 690 7th St East.

North Korea’s nuclear negotiations make the headlines regularly. However, North Korea is not the only country that poses a nuclear threat in Asia. The Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs 2018 outreach program plans a public engagement event, a film and panel discussion program on the past, present, and future of nuclear weapons and technology in Asia.

This event will screen documentaries and hear from panelists of scholars and civic organization leaders on North Korea, China, India, Pakistan, Hiroshima/Nagasaki, and peace education, and have an open discussion with the audience.

A reception will follow to meet and continue discussion.

2:00-3:30 p.m., film screening and discussion with film directors
• Professor Christine Marran (University of Minnesota), moderator
• Human Error (2017, 50 min), by Yoh Kawano on Namie, a small town near the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Reactor
• Under the Mushroom Clouds (work in progress, preview, 3 min), by Kyle Whitney on Hiroshima and Nagasaki

3:30-5:30 p.m. Panel discussion
• Professor Jim Scheibel (Hamline University), former Mayor of Saint Paul, moderator
• Professor Hangtae Cho (University of Minnesota) on North Korea
• Professor Seunjoo Yoon (Carleton College) on China
• Professor Amna Khalid (Carleton College) on India and Pakistan
• JoAnn Blatchley (St. Paul-Nagasaki Sister City Committee) on peace activism
• Caren Stelson (World Citizen, and author of Sachiko) on peace education

5:30-6:30 p.m., reception
Co-sponsored by the Association for Asian Studies Council on Conferences, the Department of Asian Languages and Literatures (University of Minnesota), the Center for the Holocaust and Genocide Studies (University of Minnesota), the Environmental Humanities Initiative (University of Minnesota), the Human Rights Program (University of Minnesota) and the History Department (Metropolitan State University). Special thanks to Sherry Swan, Morningside College.

 

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Door knock for Municipal ID & Immigrant Rights | Tocar puertas
Oct
20
10:00 AM10:00

Door knock for Municipal ID & Immigrant Rights | Tocar puertas

(Español abajo)

Join with MIRAC members at 10:00 am Saturday, Oct 20 to knock on our neighbors' doors to talk about the coming vote on a Minneapolis Municipal ID, and the next steps in the struggle for immigrant rights. No door knocking experience necessary - we'll have training at the beginning and go out in groups. We'll meet up at Mercado Central (Lake & Bloomington) and go out from there.
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Ven con miembros de MIRAC a las 10:00 am el sabado, nos reunirémos para tocar las puertas de nuestros vecinos y hablar con ellxs sobre el voto que viene sobre un ID municipal en Minneapolis y los próximos pasos en la lucha por los derechos de lxs inmigrantes. No necesitas experience tocando puertas - tendrémos un entrenamiento al principio y irémos en grupos. Nos reunirémos en Mercado Central (Lake y Bloomington) y saldrémos en grupos de allí.

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National Network on Cuba opening night reception
Oct
19
7:00 PM19:00

National Network on Cuba opening night reception

  • 150 Hagsfor Center, Augsburg University (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The National Network on Cuba is an umbrella organization representing more than 50 organizations from around the United States that work to gain the normalization of relations between the United States and Cuba by working to end the decades long US blockade against the island. The reception's special guest is Miguel Fraga, First Secretary, Cuban Embassy in Washington, DC

Refreshments will be served.

Please RSVP to Gary Prevost at gprevost@csbsju.edu.

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Public Naloxone Training
Oct
19
6:30 PM18:30

Public Naloxone Training

  • Lunds & Byerlys Uptown Minneapolis (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This training is open to the public to train and distribute naloxone, the medication used to reverse an opioid overdose.

At this training you will learn:
* What Naloxone (Narcan) is
* How it works when administered
* How to recognize the signs of an opioid overdose
* When to give naloxone
* Upon completion, you will have the opportunity to receive an OD prevention kit complete with three doses of naloxone.

*THIS IS NOT A CPR CLASS*

Please RSVP on Facebook
Training to be held in community room

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