April, 17 2019
Check in: 8:15 a.m.
Sessions: 9:00 a.m. - noon
Humphrey Forum Room
Humphrey School of Public Administration
University of Minnesota Minneapolis Campus, West Bank
Ripple Effect Mapping with Scott Chazdon and more!
Registration opening soon - watch for email announcement
or visit our website.
Join the Women's Center at the University of Minnesota for a live edition of How to Survive the End of the World, a podcast from the Brown sisters on learning from the apocalypse with grace, rigor and curiosity. The Brown sisters will focus the evening on abolition, from prisons to patriarchy, looking at what women's power means in the process of transforming society and rescuing our species.
Join the University of Minnesota Department of Public Safety and The Aurora Center for Advocacy & Education for Cops and Coffee on the East Bank Police plaza.
Coffee, donuts and conversation - 8 AM start till the donuts are gone!
For more information, click here for the Cops and Coffee Facebook event.
Happening on Monday, March 11th in Walter Library Room 402 from 3:00pm to 4:30pm.
The Department of Chicano & Latino Studies and the Department of American Indian Studies proudly present a Critical Conversations Series event: "Critical Latinx Indigeneities: Understanding emerging frameworks of Indigenous futurity within Latinized entanglements" with Dr. Luis Urrieta