April 12 – 15: Why Treaties Matter Exhibit
Why Treaties Matter explores relationships between Dakota and Ojibwe Indian Nations and the U.S. government in Minnesota.
Mystic Lake Center
2400 Mystic Lake Boulevard NW
Prior Lake, MN 55372
April 14: Intersectionality Workshop
Intersectionality has become a buzzword when talking about diversity and inclusion practices. This workshop breaks down the meaning of intersectionality and the importance of this concept in the work of diversity and inclusion. This workshop examines the roles of power and identity and how they contribute to one’s experience of marginalization and oppression.
Beyond Access: Disability Justice & Radical Inclusion – YWCA
It’s Time to Act! is a forum series that will empower participants to engage in deeper conversations around race, equity, faith and social justice issues.
April 20: Strange Fruit
Strange Fruit?: The Social Ecology of Extralegal Violence against Afro-Americans from the New York City Draft Riots to the Wilmington, North Carolina Coup D’état,1863-1898. A Lecture by Professor Anthony Jermaine Ross-Allam, Presented by the Center for RIDGS Studies.
April 25 – 27: Virtual Event – Ecumenical Advocacy Days for Global Peace with Justice
EAD 2022 calls us into solidarity to restore, protect, and expand voting rights in the United States and to realize human rights around the world. As people of faith, we know each person to be created in God’s image, imbued with dignity and having a voice that demands to be heard, heeded, and treated justly. We arise in unity, holding up a mirror to leaders of nations, putting injustice on display and tearing down the veil of oppression that obscures the beautiful, God-born light shining from within us all.
On-going: National African American Reparations Commission (NAARC)
Information about upcoming and previous National African American Reparations Commission forums, conferences and events.
On-going: East Side Freedom Library Learning Events
The East Side Freedom Library mission is to inspire solidarity, advocate for justice and work toward equity for all. Here is the link to all of their upcoming learning events.
On-going: Minnesota Humanities Center
View professional development workshops, traveling exhibits, and other public events across the state from the Minnesota Humanities Center.
On-going: Racism in Policing: An ACLU Guided Course
Sign up to learn about critical issues in policing in this four-lesson series – taught by our experts and sent to your inbox every week. You’ll get historical context, learning resources, and the insight needed to take action.
21 Day Racial Equity Challenge
For more information go to: https://www.eddiemoorejr.com/21daychallenge
Previous Events – Recordings Available
Sunday, January 16th at 5pm EST
AAPF Executive Director Kimberlé Crenshaw will join ‘The Colored Girls’— Minyon Moore, Leah Daughtery, Donna Brazile, Yolanda Caraway, authors of For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Politics— for a power conversation on Critical Race Theory and the current state of democracy in the United States.
January 16: Dismantling the Structures of Racism in Minnesota and Repairing the Damage
Minnesota Council of Churches offers this education session with Rev. Jim Bear Jacobs and Rev. Pamela Ngunjiri
January 15: Liberty Community Church & Westminster Rev. Dr. MLK Jr Holiday Workshop
Led by Rev. Anthony Jermaine Ross-Allam
November 25: National Day of Mourning 2021
2021 National Day of Mourning 11.25.21 12 noon Cole’s Hill, Plymouth, MA (hill above Plymouth Rock)E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: http://www.uaine.orgORIENTA…
Friday, September 24 – Saturday, September 25th: Minnesota’s Racial Legacy: Finally Telling the Truth
Truth-telling events are being organized throughout our state.
June 6, 13, & 20th: Reparations, Repentance and Redemption Series – Riverside Church
– Does our Christian faith compel us to support reparations for the descendants of enslaved people?
– While politicians and pundits argue over the policy and economic impact, they miss the theological implication: does God present America with reparations as an opportunity to repent for centuries of race slavery?
– Do reparations offer at least a step toward the national redemption that will begin to heal the racism that divides the nation and tempts millions to turn to authoritarian leaders?
This three-session speaker series will open Riverside’s discussion of these compelling theological, ethical and political questions.
April 21: The Color of Law
In this online event for Twin Cities residents, Richard Rothstein discussed his critically acclaimed book The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America, a searing account of how federal, state, and local policy explicitly segregated metropolitan areas nationwide.
April 21: The Didier Seminar | House of Hope Church
The Didier Seminar In every age the Spirit speaks. The Calvin W. Didier Annual Seminar on Religion and Contemporary Thought was endowed in 1993 as a
March 9: Talking Volumes 2021: Reginald Dwayne Betts
Minnesota Public Radio and the Star Tribune are proud to announce a special series of Talking Volumes virtual events centered around the topic of race in Ame…
February 24: Rev Dr Yolanda Pierce, Dean of Howard University School of Divinity
Facebook live event from 5-6pm CST about her new book Mr Grandmother’s House: Black Women, Faith, and the Stories We Inherit.
Click here to join: https://www.facebook.com/SojournersMagazine/
February 23: Historically Speaking: The Economic Impact of COVID-19 on the African American Community
The museum will host a stimulating discussion about how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the economy and the African American community. Panelists like Algernon Austin will discuss this economic issue and how the community may prevail with critical interventions. Michael Fletcher of ESPN’s Undefea…
February 19: The Historic Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women’s Task Force Report
Published in December 2020, the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) Task Force Report is the most comprehensive study of the MMIW injustice in the history of the Minnesota Legislature…
February 18: The Black Liberation Movement
Causes event by Minnesota Historical Society on Thursday, February 18 2021 with 872 people interested and 89 people going.
February 11: 2pm Central
Where do we go from here: White Supremacy Part III on Facebook Live
February 2: Historically Speaking: Four Hundred Souls – A Conversation With Ibram Kendi And Keisha N. Blain
Renowned scholars Ibram X. Kendi, author of How to Be an Antiracist, and Keisha N. Blain, author of Set the World on Fire have assembled 90 extraordinary writers to document the four-hundred-year journey of African Americans from 1619 to the present. Entitled Four Hundred Souls, …
Feb 2 @6pm EDT: National Black Presbyterian Caucus
Unbound speaks to the intersection of faith and justice through publishing a variety of media. Join the Unbound family as we delve into conversation faith and justice while spurring us into action.
December 29: Racial Equity and Justice Learning Group: Systemic Racism
Join Net Impact Boston for our Racial Equity and Justice Learning Group!
December 17: Anti-Racist Educators Collaborative Group
Creating a network of support for educators trying to create anti-racist change in their school.
November 10 James Baldwin’s Lessons on Race in America – Westminster Town Hall Forum
Eddie Glaude Jr. is the James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor at Princeton University and chair of the Department of African American Studies. He is the former president of the American Academy of Religion, the largest professional organization of scholars of religion in the world. H…
Crossing Cultural Boundaries: Understanding, Skills, Practice – November 5 & 19, 2020 – 6-8pm CST on Zoom — Antiracism Study Dialogue Circles
Together we’ll identify the complex factors of social location, psychology (intentions, needs, pre-definitions), and understanding of the setting (nature of the event, significance of the activity) influencing how we interpret others. We’ll practice raising our awareness to the ways our socializati
John Lewis: Good Trouble – Ordway
A nationwide screening and panel discussion chronicling Lewis’s history as a civil rights leader.
Streaming options available
The Geography of Twin Cities Racism
The documentary “Jim Crow of the North” was released in Spring 2019, and was a wakeup call to many Twin Cities residents who believed Minneapolis to be removed from the racial strife so prevalent in the 20th century South. More than a year later, following the murder of George Floyd and the subseque…
September 21, 2020, 7pm
Recording available on Facebook
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