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Minneapolis – Learning from Place: Cedar-Riverside/West Bank

K-12 educators will receive 4 clock hours. Build your cultural understanding and awareness as you immerse yourself in Minneapolis’s Cedar-Riverside neighborhood, a community with a longstanding tradition of cultural diversity and settlement with a robust business and arts community. Read More


St. Paul – Commemorate Black Art Featuring Ta-coumba T. Aiken

The Minnesota Humanities Center is thrilled to collaborate with its community partners in a series of events Commemorating Black History & Culture 2022 across the City of Saint Paul. Join us for conversation with gifted Twin Cities artist Ta-coumba T. Aiken as he reflects on his extraordinary work, creating art… Read More


Minneapolis – Dialogues of War Listening Session: Somali Community

Join Marian Hassan for a Community Listening Session, part of Minnesota Humanities Center's program, Dialogues of War. In this facilitated discussion, participants will be led in meaningful dialogue to connect with others and share their perspectives as relates to their experiences with war and conflict. Read More


St. Paul – Telling My Story!

This writing retreat is focused on the process of naming strength and finding healing through writing and is open to all members of the Black community, writers at all levels and non-writers alike. Read More