Thursday, March 12, 2015

You're Invited | Organizer Roundtable: Reclaiming Public Space and Building Community

The warmer weather of late is luring neighbors back outdoors to connect in our parks, streets, and communities. Curious about the possibilities that place-making holds for local food, art, economic development and justice, and more? Join the Alliance for Metropolitan Stability at the upcoming Organizer Table: Reclaiming Public Space and Building Community to hear from a panel that's working hard to do all this and more!

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Alliance for Metropolitan Stability Organizer Roundtable: Reclaiming Public Space and Building Community

Increasing the use of public space has the potential to create a more vibrant society. When people come together to create art, grow food, or redesign spaces, they create community and build stronger, more trusting relationships with each other.

Join the Alliance for our next Organizer Roundtable! Presenters will talk about how they are reclaiming public spaces through placemaking, art, food justice and building community in the process.
Organizer Roundtable: Reclaiming Public Spaces and Building Community
Wednesday March 18
12:30 – 2 p.m.
Rondo Community Outreach Library
461 Dale St N
St. Paul, MN


Presenters:
  • Ashley Fairbanks, Native American Community Development Institute community organizer
  • Michael Chaney, Project Sweetie Pie founder with Edward McDonald, Council on Black Minnesotans director
  • Hua Vang, West Side Citizens Organization food justice coordinator
Organizer Roundtables are free but registration is required. Snacks will be provided, feel free to bring your own lunch. See you soon!

Alliance for Metropolitan Stability I 2525 Franklin Ave E, Suite 200 I Minneapolis, MN 55406 I 612-332-4471 



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