Join ISAIAH at a Hennepin County Candidate forum to learn about the power of your vote when it comes to: Creating a just, caring and safe community in Hennepin County for everyone - regardless of race and class and supporting & welcoming immigrants in Hennepin County
Hosted by Communities United Against Police Brutality (CUAPB);
Cop-watchers use cameras or even paper and pen to document police conduct and provide a measure of safety for the community.
The city is planning to break up or forcibly move the Hiawatha homeless encampment near the end of September. We're organizing cop-watch shifts around the encampment. If you'd like to help with this effort, want to learn how to be a cop-watcher, or need a refresher, please join us for this training.
Asian American Organizing Project is asking Women’s March MN volunteers to join them in registering voters on 9/25. Training is available on 9/25 and people can volunteer for partial shifts.
Hosted by Reviving the Islamic Sisterhood for Empowerment, Normally, we have coffee but many of you aren't able to get away from day jobs so here's your chance to come join us after work!
*Are you interested in getting to know more about the work we do at Reviving the Islamic Sisterhood for Empowerment?
*Want to meet Executive Director Nausheena Ali Hussain and learn about the cool workshops that are coming up?
*Ask Sarah Gruidl how to nominate a Muslim Sheroe for our storytelling project?
*Have a question for Advocacy Director Asma Mohammed Nizami around GOTV and civic engagement?
*Are you looking to volunteer or/and Intern with the Sisterhood?
Want to learn how to participate in a civil disobedience action? Join this training.
Hosted by: Kaleo Center for Faith, Justice and Social Transformation “Our most urgent task, then, is to restore the imagination to its rightful place at the center of our being. That’s the rich soil from which vision and strategy emerge.” – Ricardo Levins Morales
Beloved Twin Cities organizer, agitator, and artist Ricardo Levins Morales works at the intersection of art and social movement making, offering love, insight, mischief, and humor as collective tools for liberation.
Scholar, human rights activist, and author Dr. Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz will speak about "The White Supremacist Roots of the Second Amendment" in support of her new book "Loaded: A Disarming History of the Second Amendment". The lecture begins at 7pm.
Hosted by CAIR-Minnesota (CAIR-MN); Strengthening our voices, advancing together.
Over the past year and a half, the airwaves have been dominated by messages of fear, misinformation, and hateful rhetoric about Islam and Muslims. This has resulted in an influx of incidents including discrimination, bullying, harassment, and violence, which CAIR-MN has been working tirelessly to combat. We believe through honest representation and mutual understanding, we can strengthen our voices and stand togeher as a community. Join us as we present keynote speaker, Hussam Ayloush, Executive Director of CAIR-Los Angeles, to trump the fear.