Committee Members: Committees are collaborative issue teams representing a focused issue area. These teams are committees that will meet monthly (in person and/or by Zoom teleconference) and will provide recommendations to the Board of Directors on strategy, events, and collaborations.
Action Teams: Action Teams are leaders and/or committees that are the movers and shakers of our movement. If you are ready to hit the ground running and make a difference in Minnesota, this is the place for you!
Providing young people with the tools needed to create high school and college chapters that guide students in making a positive impact in their communities. We believe that the single most powerful act we can do is prepare young people with the skills and commitments to take actions around causes that matter to them with courage, compassion and collaboration. Youth EMPOWER is intended for middle, high school and college-aged youth only. Please be sure your parent or caregiver are aware before joining any online community.#YouthEmpower
MARCH ON MAY 1ST!
Minneapolis International Workers Day march for immigrant & workers rights
TUESDAY, MAY 1, 2019
Lake Street & Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis
Join us in the streets for this year's International Workers Day march for immigrant & workers rights.
TO ENDORSE, MESSAGE US OR EMAIL MIRACMN@GMAIL.COM
MARCHA EL 1RO DE MAYO
Marcha en Minneapolis por el día internacional de lxs trabajadores para los derechos de lxs inmigrantes y trabajadores
1 DE MAYO 2019
Calle Lake y Avenida Nicollet, Minneapolis
Aparta la fecha para salir a la calle para la marcha este año por los derechos de los inmigrantes y lxs trabajadores en el Día Internacional de lxs Trabajadores.
PARA ENDOSAR, MANDANOS UN MENSAJE O UN CORREO A MIRACMN@GMAIL.COM
From the hosts:
Minnesota humanist and advocacy groups will gather to observe the National Day of Reason, which honors the principles of secular government and separation of religion and state that have guided our country since its founding.
The event will include a continental breakfast and speeches by humanist leaders, legislators, activists, and David Schultz, professor of political science at Hamline University.
Hosted by ERAMN
From the host:
Celebrate spring and equality! Put on your green and white and march with us in the parade or visit our table!
Stay tuned for more parade line-up details!
For more information on the festival visit:
Welcome to YOUR house! The state capitol is where the officials YOU elected work for YOU, representing YOU and YOUR concerns as they draft, debate and vote on legislation that will affect YOUR life. It may feel like they are the ones with the power – however they are beholden to you. Join us for a WMM tour of the state Capitol building and the House of Representatives and Senate building also.