Thursday, January 31, 2019

[Minnesota Rising Dispatch] January 2019


[#mnrising Dispatch] January 2019

2019 is off to an historic start with the longest U.S. government shutdown in history and the polar vortex visiting record-breaking cold temperatures across the Midwest and beyond. To keep up the cold front, celebrate with The Great Northern 2019, which brings together legacy festivals and original programming, all highlighting Minnesota at its wintry best with an accessible, family-friendly focus. To get a break from the frigid air, consider joining a human rights delegation focused on migration and social movements in Honduras this spring. And to make sure our communities count in 2020 and continue to be fully resourced in the years to come, get active with the Minnesota Census Mobilization Partnership. Wishing you warmth in the meantime!

Tapping the Potential of Community Engagement


This workshop series is designed to deepen your knowledge, broaden your perspective, and sharpen your skills as you explore the potential for community engagement to create equitable, healthy, and sustainable communities. The sessions are for anyone who is interested in learning more about community engagement, or for those who wish to deepen their work with community. NOTE: Attendance at all four sessions is required, as this is a cohort experience and each session builds upon previous sessions. [Read more.]

APM Podcasts: Open Call

Have an idea for a new podcast? American Public Media, a division of Minnesota Public Radio (“MPR”), is launching an open call for podcast pitches. They’re looking for storytellers, producers and new talent from all backgrounds to join in entertaining, educating and connecting with people in new ways. They’re ultimately looking for two to three new show ideas to develop into pilots and potentially full seasons of at least six episodes. If selected for a full season, APM will also provide marketing and PR support, underwriting/sales and membership opportunities, and the opportunity to collaborate, cross-promote and learn from other APM Podcast teams. [Read more.]

East Metro Pulse

Data can reveal many things about a place. But the way a community functions is more nuanced than numerical.The Saint Paul and Minnesota Foundations released the second volume of East Metro Pulse, a survey of residents in Dakota, Ramsey and Washington counties that measures community vitality and quality of life. The data is free and available ateastmetropulse.org, and the Foundations encourage policy makers, funders and local leaders to use the data to find opportunities to learn, champion important issues and create new networks that will benefit the community. [Read more.]

Wilder Foundation Training and Consulting Services

The Wilder Center for Learning and Excellence™ at the Amherst H. Wilder Foundation provides educational training and consulting services that connect you to the decades of experience and community wisdom generated from helping people and organizations develop new skills and ideas, address vital community issues and reach their full potential. The team is comprised of practitioners grounded in research, learning from the community, and accelerating what works through continued education! They offer a variety of training in topics that are culturally responsive, reflect the community Wilder serves and are relevant for Wilder's overall mission. [Read more.]

News from the Network

Updates and events with our esteemed partners and collaborators!

Leading Differently Together
US Bank and NAAAP-MN
Tuesday, February 5
3:30pm - 6:30pm
University of St. Thomas

Act Two - White Fragility: Unpacking Privilege
Keynote Address: Robin DiAngelo
Tuesday, February 5
6pm - 7pm
Westminster Presbyterian Church

Unraveled Network | Divided by Design
Pollen
Weds., February 13
8am - 10:30am
The Holden Room

A Conversation with Governor Tim Walz
Weds., February 13
12pm
Humphrey School

Micro Agressions and Bias 101
Weds., February 20
6pm -8pm
YWCA Downtown

MSP Mingle - Connecting Our Region's Diverse Professionals 
Friday, February 22
5:30pm - 7:30pm
Ordway

TEDxMinneapolisSalon: Piece Together
Saturday, February 23
8am - 12:30pm
Walker Art Center

21st Annual Cherish the Children Powwow
Ain Dah Yung Center
February 23-24
Central High School

Advocate: Access & Act!
Missing Voices: Equity in Education Summit
Thursday, February 28
8am - 2:30pm
Saint Mary's University
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