This is an excerpt of an article published in Minnesota Women’s Press in August 1999, by reporter Patty Marsicano, which appears in “35 Years of Minnesota Women.“
Film shows that technology is not free of bigotry
“We no longer wish to have a meeting or come to an agreement. There is no middle ground.”
A deep dive into the light and dark of relying on philanthropy, including lists of suggested community-based transformation funds in Minnesota.
We talked with Nicole Archbold of the Minnesota Department of Public Safety about topics ranging from defunding police to how we get past an ‘us versus them’ mentality in justice work.
Richardson opened with the reminder that we are beyond asking a child “what’s wrong with you” and are replacing it with “what has happened to you?”
“There is funding for handling a crisis, and advocacy after violence, but not much for programming to change the behavior of those who use violence. To prevent future violence it takes a sustained investment.”
Talking with three Collective Action storytellers
People are anxious for normalcy, but that also means returning to the status quo, and we can no longer tolerate that.
How three women are collecting support around community-based support, the growing homelessness issue, and criminal justice reform
The goal is to address racial inequities in the justice system that stem from unjust policies and engaging with communities to identify priority areas and solutions.”
August 8 Special Event: Protest & Politics Rally, Minnesota State Capitol, 1:30-4pm This two-hour program includes featured speaker Pastor Dr.