Visual Q&A: Collective Action conversation

Talking with three Collective Action storytellers
Taronda Richardson, Huda Ahmed, and Sheila Delaney

On September 21, 2020, we talked with three collective action storytellers featured in the September issue. 

Here is a recap of what each of them said, in their own words, including some of the Q&A that included listeners to the live recording event.


Huda Ahmed has been tasked with leading statewide discussions about reforming the criminal justice system, funded by Greater Twin Cities United Way, The Minneapolis Foundation, and St. Paul & Minnesota Foundation. This is what she told us.

Sheila Delaney is engaged in finding solutions for the growing unsheltered population, with a new tiny village concept developing through partnerships.

Taronda Richardson talks about the work she has done with entrepreneurial youth, community gardeners, and other partners to create Appetite for Change meal kits during the pandemic to serve families with healthy meal options.

Next steps and resources offered by the three Collective Action speakers

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The three talked with editor Mikki Morrissette about the work they are doing in collaboration with others and how the community can participate.

Thanks to Sunrise Banks for sponsoring this conversation, which is the latest in our MWP Conversations series.

Thanks to First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis for hosting this virtual Zoom conversation. 

Related Resources

Huda Ahmed story

Appetite for Change story

Sheila Delaney story