Let’s Talk About CRT

2022-01-03T22:27:29+00:00

There was a popular song in the early 90s called "Let's Talk About Sex." Needless to say, the music video got a lot of attention, but the song wasn’t bad either. It held up because the premise made sense - sex is [...]

Let’s Talk About CRT2022-01-03T22:27:29+00:00

Living Room Conversations: Housing in Minnesota

2021-12-10T20:32:20+00:00

Hennepin History Museum warmly welcomes you to a special virtual event showcasing the transformative power of conversation. Join local facilitators of Living Room Conversations for a guided, 90-minute dialogue designed by communications experts. During this conversation guests will have the opportunity to [...]

Living Room Conversations: Housing in Minnesota2021-12-10T20:32:20+00:00

Looking Back to Move Forward: The Housing Crisis

2021-11-29T22:24:22+00:00

In his book The Color of Law, Richard Rothstein reflects on the legacy of the Fair Housing Act of 1968: “You might think that fifty years would be long enough to erase the effects of government promotion of and support for segregation. But [...]

Looking Back to Move Forward: The Housing Crisis2021-11-29T22:24:22+00:00

Learning from the Past: Environmental Justice and Transportation Corridor Planning

2021-05-04T20:11:50+00:00

Join us for a conversation about how people are responding to social and environmental justice questions raised by freeway alignment projects in the past. Moderated by A Public History of 35W. Hosted by Hennepin History Museum in partnership with the Bell Museum.

Learning from the Past: Environmental Justice and Transportation Corridor Planning2021-05-04T20:11:50+00:00

The Color of Law

2021-04-26T19:53:14+00:00

A virtual presentation by Richard Rothstein with Q&A moderated by Chanda Smith Baker. Please visit this event page for a recording of the event and additional resources provided by Richard Rothstein.

The Color of Law2021-04-26T19:53:14+00:00

POSTPONED – Looking Back to Move Forward: The Housing Crisis

2021-04-26T18:18:47+00:00

The Twin Cities are grappling with a housing crisis, which disproportionately affects BIPOC communities. How did we get here? How can a shared understanding of history help us carve a better path forward? Join us for this local conversation moderated by Chanda Smith Baker.

POSTPONED – Looking Back to Move Forward: The Housing Crisis2021-04-26T18:18:47+00:00
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