Article mentioning LOCUS published by MPR News. Jiwon Choi December 13, 2021 3:40 PM Artist Candida Gonzalez of Las Ranas Jewelry sells their art at the Black & Indigenous & Brown Makers Market at La Doña Cerveceria in Minneapolis in August. In Minnesota, there are a number of ways to support vendors and business owners … Continue reading Here’s how you can support Minnesota’s minority-owned businesses
“Carving Space for the Collective” by Thet-Htar Thet | Minnesota Women’s Press
This article was written by LOCUS Leadership Team member, Thet-Htar Thet, and published in the Minnesota Women's Press on August 24, 2019.
Join the 2018 LOCUS Leadership Team!
Call for LOCUS 2018 Leadership Team Members About LOCUS: LOCUS was created with the intention of connecting with our communities and to each other. We make sense of the ways in which we and our communities are evolving, and share resources and opportunities for equitable advancement and collective, statewide vitality. LOCUS was founded in 2013 … Continue reading Join the 2018 LOCUS Leadership Team!
From Our Previous Blogspot
Posts and event recaps from our previous blog (locusmn.blogspot.com). 2015 November BCLI Issue Series: Intersectionality on November 12 LOCUS “Keeping Current” Happy Hour III Recap October LOCUS "Keeping Current" Happy Hour III on 10/22 June LOCUS "Keeping Current" Happy Hour II on 6/22 May “Intersectionality with Intentionality” Recap April "Intersectionality with Intentionality" on Tuesday, May … Continue reading From Our Previous Blogspot
You’re Invited: Citizens League Mind Opener – How are police trained and could it be better?
Looking to learn more about policy and approaches in peace-keeping and law enforcement? Join the Citizens League for the upcoming "Mind Opener: How are police trained and could it be better?" to gain insights into current legislative proposals and to explore new ideas for Minnesota.April 18 Mind Opener: How are police trained and could it be better?Minnesota … Continue reading You’re Invited: Citizens League Mind Opener – How are police trained and could it be better?