Nexus’ BCLI Program is partnering with Minnesota Rising’s LOCUS group to further the conversation of intersectionality in social justice work. LOCUS is an initiative of Minnesota Rising.
Learn more about Minnesota Rising HERE
Our lives are complex, and even more so, our identities. In the important work of social justice, we work towards to unpacking some of the systematic and psychological ways in which racist and unfair power structures apply oppression across all forms of our identities.
What is your experience? You are the expert of your own story. Come prepared to engage in discussion and share ideas on combating all forms of power structures that exist in institutions and in our daily lives which seek to hold us back due to the intersection of our identities. What are the issues? What are the strategies moving forward in the greater struggle for racial and social justice? How can we help our communities and organizations get there?
Presenters and Co-Facilitators for the Evening:
Diane Tran, Founder, MN Rising and Kristell Caballero Saucedo
Thursday, November 12, 2015
5:30pm – 8:00pm
Northeast Bank Community Room
77 Broadway St. NE Minneapolis, MN 55413 View Map
5:30-6:00 Food & Networking
6:00 Program Begins
Important logistical information:
There is free parking in the adjacent bank parking lot and street parking.
Northeast Bank Community Room (enter through door on Marshall)