ROOT 2023 IN ANTI-RACISM
The South Central Minneapolis Anti-Racism Collective is pleased to present Undoing Racism Workshops throughout the upcoming months in partnership with People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond. These workshops are focused on deepening the anti-racist organizing work in our neighborhoods.
With these workshops, we aim to strengthen the connections of various groups, stakeholders, and organizations in our four neighborhoods while establishing a shared analysis of racism. This foundation will allow us to be more effective as a community as we move into future phases of this work.
Some examples of who we aim to engage within our neighborhoods are:
Local organizers and residents
Cultural/Identity-specific affinity groups
Grassroots coalitions and collectives
Neighborhood Organization Staff and Board Members
Housing Justice groups
Land/Food Justice groups
Neighborhood Block clubs and groups
People intent on Undoing Racism in our communities
March 22nd – March 24th daytime hours.
If you have a connection to one of the four neighborhoods and are interested in joining us for the March Undoing Racism Workshop, please email email@example.com.
If you are unable to attend the March workshop, but are still interested in attending a future workshop or getting connected to the larger anti-racism organizing happening in our community, please email us as well!
All workshops are led by the People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond trainers.
We have a vision of an Antiracism Zone across our four neighborhoods.
Will you join us?
The South Central Minneapolis Anti-Racism Collective is a partnership of Bryant, Bancroft, Central, and Powderhorn Park neighborhoods, the People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond, and Hennepin County (Angela Conley, District 4). These four neighborhoods meet at the intersection of George Floyd Square (38th Street and Chicago Avenue South in Minneapolis, MN where, on May 25, 2020, George Perry Floyd Jr was murdered at the hands of the Minneapolis Police).