Sunday June 28, 1 PM, MLK Park (outdoors, north side of building)
Registration Required (limited to 25 participants)
Led by Danger Boat Productions, co-hosted by KFNA
Looking for a place to start? Join us on June 23 (SOLD OUT) and June 25 via Zoom at 7pm Central Time and June 28 at MLK Park (with COVID-19 precautions taken) in Minneapolis at 1pm CT for a welcoming space to talk about race and what it means to put being anti-racist into practice.
Racism is everybody’s problem. For too long, the responsibility to understand and dismantle racism has fallen on communities of color. As white people, we may have recognized the world is stacked unfairly against our BIPOC friends, but then we asked them to do all the education, footwork and problem solving on it.
That ends now. It’s well past time for white people to do more of their own learning, growing, and dismantling. We want to help. Let’s do our part.
Join Danger Boat Productions and The Theater of Public Policy for an opportunity to talk about race, its consequences, and how we all share the responsibility to do the work for change.
(Anyone who wants to learn and grow together is invited to this facilitated conversation. Wherever you are on your anti-racism journey, this space is for you.)
We’ll all warm up together in a large group, and then break into smaller discussions so everyone has a chance to share and listen. We’ll outline a list of agreements for the conversations, ensuring everyone will have the opportunity for a brave, respectful, and enlightening discussion.