Duluth – We Are Water MN

Hartley Nature Center 3001 Woodland Ave, Duluth, MN, United States

The We Are Water MN traveling exhibit examines three ways of knowing water: personal stories, historical content, and scientific information. Visitors can explore stories both local and statewide and share their own stories of water’s importance in their life.

Free

Minneapolis – Examining Military Service From the Margins

Urban Research and Outreach-Engagement Center (UROC) 2001 Plymouth Avenue, Minneapolis, MN, United States

How has the military service of certain populations been hidden devalued, limited, or discriminated against? - Veterans, active service members, and civilians are invited to contribute to the “Examining Military Service From the Margins” four-week discussion series. Facilitated by pairs of Discussion Leaders, each week in the series will use guiding questions, and a set of core-shared resources like oral histories and films, to better understand how race, class, gender, sexuality, religion, and other factors have caused the military service of some individuals to be devalued or limited in some capacity.

Free

Winona – Examining Military Service From the Margins

Winona County Historical Society 160 Johnson Street, Winona, MN, United States

How has the military service of certain populations been hidden devalued, limited, or discriminated against? - Veterans, active service members, and civilians are invited to contribute to the “Examining Military Service From the Margins” four-week discussion series. Facilitated by pairs of Discussion Leaders, each week in the series will use guiding questions, and a set of core-shared resources like oral histories and films, to better understand how race, class, gender, sexuality, religion, and other factors have caused the military service of some individuals to be devalued or limited in some capacity.

Free

Minneapolis (Online) – Examining Military Service From the Margins

Online

How is military service valued differently? - Veterans, active service members, and civilians are invited to contribute to the “Examining Military Service From the Margins” four-week discussion series. Facilitated by pairs of Discussion Leaders, each week in the series will use guiding questions, and a set of core-shared resources like oral histories and films, to better understand how race, class, gender, sexuality, religion, and other factors have caused the military service of some individuals to be devalued or limited in some capacity.

Free

Holdingford – We Are Water MN

Art in Motion on the Lake Wobegon Trail 1400 4th St, Holdingford, MN, United States

The We Are Water MN traveling exhibit examines three ways of knowing water: personal stories, historical content, and scientific information. Visitors can explore stories both local and statewide and share their own stories of water’s importance in their life.

Free

Minneapolis – Minnesota Writers Series: Tartarus

Open Book 1011 Washington Ave S, Minneapolis, MN, United States

April is National Poetry Month, and to celebrate, the Minnesota Writers Series will feature Ty Chapman and his debut poetry collection, “Tartarus,” published by Button Poetry. Join us in downtown Minneapolis at Open Book, for an afternoon of readings and discussions.

Free

Minneapolis – Examining Military Service From the Margins

Urban Research and Outreach-Engagement Center (UROC) 2001 Plymouth Avenue, Minneapolis, MN, United States

How has the military worked to become more inclusive, and why? - Veterans, active service members, and civilians are invited to contribute to the “Examining Military Service From the Margins” four-week discussion series. Facilitated by pairs of Discussion Leaders, each week in the series will use guiding questions, and a set of core-shared resources like oral histories and films, to better understand how race, class, gender, sexuality, religion, and other factors have caused the military service of some individuals to be devalued or limited in some capacity.

Free

Winona – Examining Military Service From the Margins

Winona County Historical Society 160 Johnson Street, Winona, MN, United States

How has the military worked to become more inclusive, and why? - Veterans, active service members, and civilians are invited to contribute to the “Examining Military Service From the Margins” four-week discussion series. Facilitated by pairs of Discussion Leaders, each week in the series will use guiding questions, and a set of core-shared resources like oral histories and films, to better understand how race, class, gender, sexuality, religion, and other factors have caused the military service of some individuals to be devalued or limited in some capacity.

Free

North Branch – We Are Water MN

North Branch Area Library 6355 379th St., North Branch, MN, United States

The We Are Water MN traveling exhibit examines three ways of knowing water: personal stories, historical content, and scientific information. Visitors can explore stories both local and statewide and share their own stories of water’s importance in their life.

Free

Minneapolis – Kumbayah the Juneteenth Story

Northrop 84 Church St SE, Minneapolis, United States

Minnesota Humanities Center and Northrop are proud to bring Kumbayah the Juneteenth Story to the Twin Cities in collaboration with Sweet Potato Comfort Pie and local organizations. In 2021, Juneteenth was written into law as a national day of observance. Following, on February 3rd, 2023, Juneteenth became an official state holiday in Minnesota.

Free

Cass Lake – We Are Water MN

Leech Lake Tribal College 6945 Little Wolf Rd NW, Cass Lake, MN, United States

The We Are Water MN traveling exhibit examines three ways of knowing water: personal stories, historical content, and scientific information. Visitors can explore stories both local and statewide and share their own stories of water’s importance in their life.

Free

Shakopee – We Are Water MN

Hocokata Ti 2300 Tiwahe Circle, Shakopee, MN, United States

The We Are Water MN traveling exhibit examines three ways of knowing water: personal stories, historical content, and scientific information. Visitors can explore stories both local and statewide and share their own stories of water’s importance in their life.

Free