Thu, Sep 14|
An Evening Of Real-life Stories About Social Justice In Minneapolis
The Minneapolis Interview project: Life stories through a social justice lens - where you can hear social justice advocates convey first-hand accounts of their ongoing struggle to gain ground for equity and social justice in Minneapolis.
Time & Location
Sep 14, 6:00 PM – Sep 15, 8:00 PM
Minneapolis, 2027 W Broadway, Minneapolis, MN 55411, USA
About the event
The Minneapolis Interview Project, in partnership with Hennepin History Museum, will present an evening of real-life stories about social justice in Minneapolis. The Minneapolis Interview Project was started in 2016 by Anne Winkler-Morey, a writer, historian, activist scholar and Southside resident. Her goal was to interview one-hundred people of different ages, races, genders, economic classes, migration experiences, as well as living in different parts of Minneapolis. She invited people to tell their life-stories that reveal hidden histories of inequity and the struggle for social justice in Minneapolis. On Thursday, September 14, Ms. Winkler-Morey and many of the people she interviewed will read from their interview transcripts. A portion of the evening's program will also honor those participants who have passed away since contributing their interviews. Light food from Lotus restaurant will be served.
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