Explore exhibit on race, learn about advancing racial equity Feb. 17

The Office of Equity and Inclusion invites City employees to attend a program on advancing racial equity from 6-8 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 17, at the Science Museum of Minnesota. Free and open to the public, the event will include information on governmental practices to advance racial equity, and attendees will get the opportunity to view the museum’s exhibit “Race: Are We So Different?”

The event is the first in a year-long speaker series aimed at advancing racial equity across jurisdictions and with the community. The program features: 

Register for the event.

The speaker series is part of a broader training offered by The Government Alliance on Race and Equity (GARE) in partnership with the League of Minnesota Cities for a cohort of 11 governmental jurisdictions focused on advancing racial equity, including the City of Minneapolis.

Can't make it to the event Feb. 17? Check out these resources on race:


If you have questions about the event or are interested in learning more about the City’s equity and inclusion work, email Joy Marsh Stephens.

Save the date for future events in the Advancing Racial Equity speaker series:

Watch Minneapolis Matters for details on the events.

Published Feb 9, 2016



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