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On January 21st, 2017 one hundred thousand Minnesotans stood shoulder to shoulder in the cold of winter to declare Women's Rights Are Human Rights. As one of the largest rallies in Twin Cities history, the message was clear: We are better together. And thus Women's March Minnesota continues their grassroots efforts, building on the principals of Equality, Social Justice and Human Rights.
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Temporary ban on travel of nationals from six Muslim-majority countries (Somalia, Iran, Yemen, Syria, Libya, and Sudan) to the U.S. and halting of all refugee resettlement.
Enjoy nine internationally curated short films by, for, and about women, as well as other festivities.
Fred Amram, Professor Emeritus and Holocaust Survivor
What: Conservation and Energy Meet-and-Greet with local legislators, Senator Chuck Wiger, Representative Peter Fischer, and Representative Leon Lillie. People living in White Bear Lake and the surrounding cities are invited to this informal meeting to discuss conservation topics such as renewable energy, clean water, recycling, and more.
For whom: Folks living in Senate District 43! (both A and B representative districts). Conservation Minnesota members AND the general public will be invited to have a casual discussion about the conservation issues they care about most – from water to energy to pollinators, etc.
RSVP: all who wish to attend are asked to RSVP to Julie Drennen at email@example.com or (612) 767-1569.
Join us for music, dancing, food, teach-ins and actions you can take to help Syrian refugees!
You're invited to a Benefit Gala: A World of Upstanders: Celebrating International Justice for Women in War, for World Without Genocide, at Mitchell Hamline School of Law.