The Women Empowerment Series Features Inspiring Change Agents in Honor of International Women’s Day 2021! In honor of International Women’s
LSP’s “Incentivizing 100% Soil Healthy Farming Bill,” which was developed by a team of farmer, rural, and urban members, will be introduced in the Minnesota legislature this month.
“WFPC is a means to an end. As we make these transitions, our goal is to sustain the work of the revolution as a whole, and our community’s work, and not the nonprofit organization itself.”
“The youth are told that we are the future. That is a huge title to uphold.”
To create effective solutions, Hood says, “community-based organizations have to be part of the conversation, research, government, and client voices. If all members are not at the table then it won’t work.”
White people often turn their gaze on people of color to gain knowledge, instead of back on their own communities
The Delmar Divide: Wall Street vs Black Power Wednesday, July 1, 6pm CST Register via Zoom: www.tinyurl.com/wallstreetvsblackpower The Uhuru Solidarity
PACER guests will spend the evening of April 25 being entertained by Motown co-founder Smokey Robinson, who has been called
It’s Time to Act!™ Facing the Truth: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women When you think of “We the People of
This one-woman theatrical presentation and lecture traces the pivotal contributions of Nordic immigrant suffragists to voting rights in Minnesota. Presenter
In the recent past our society has allocated the problem of homelessness to the government. But just like any other institution, there are limits to what they can provide.
Emily Torgrimson, executive director of Eat for Equity, harnesses the power of sharing a meal by encouraging and supporting sustainable