MPD150: A People’s Project Evaluating Policing
Join your Kingfield neighbors to learn about MPD150, a community-based initiative challenging the narrative that police exist to protect and serve. MPD150’s work seeks to shift the discussion around police and policing in Minneapolis from one of procedural reforms to one of meaningful structural change. These presentations were born out of a group of neighbors’ conversations about looking beyond policing to find alternative ways to create safe communities. KFNA is hosting these presentations as a way to start conversation in our neighborhood about the role that neighbors, and nonprofits (like KFNA), can play in creating a safe space for all.
Part 2: Tuesday May 4, 7pm-8pm
Creating the Future of Community Safety: Connect with neighbors to discuss harms we face in our neighborhood and City, measures we can take to prevent these harms, and alternatives we can create to address harms when they do occur.
Facilitators: MPD150 work group members, Sheila Nezhad
More info and registration: bit.ly/3mFteEa
To view Session 1, The History of Policing in Minneapolis, visit here.