Category: News and Events


Community Circles with Conflict Resolution Center

COMMUNITY CIRCLESFOR REPAIRING, RESTORING AND TRANSFORMING HARMCAUSED BY POLICE VIOLENCE APRIL 1   5:30 pm to 8:30 pmAPRIL 8   5:30 pm to 8:30 pm Online via Zoom Join your community in creating a safe and brave space for families…

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HOME Line Workshop 3/25 at 4

Are you a renter? Do you know your rights? Representatives from HOME Line–a statewide nonprofit tenant advocacy organization–will give an info session on basic tenant rights and talk about several policy pushes in Minneapolis to further housing justice. There will…

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City Resources and Updates

Contents Trial preparations articles Updates about community safety and 38th and Chicago area Racial equity and anti-discrimination stories Social media posts you might want to retweet or share COVID-19 news articles Trial preparations articles City leaders provide public safety updates…

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COVID Vaccine Opportunity

Text copied below from CM Osman’s Facebook post: COVID VACCINES! If you live in Zip Codes 55401, 55402, 55403, 55404, 55406, 55407, or 55454 (almost all of Ward 6 is included among these) Allina is administering vaccines this weekend. You…

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History Committee Meeting 3/17 at 7pm

Please join the Seward Neighborhood Group History Committee this Wednesday, March 17th at 7pm! Join the virtual meeting via zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84769640241Check SNG’s calendar for all event/meeting details. History materials Agenda: 7:00 Welcome and Intros Call to order Designate minute taker…

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City Updates from Neighborhood and Community Relations

Trial preparations articles City offers web resource with trial information A offers information and updates around the upcoming trial of former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin, who is charged with the killing of George Floyd. City information and links to…

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Apply for emergency rent assistance from Hennepin County

Hennepin County is offering emergency rent assistance. Households with unpaid rent and low incomes may qualify. The deadline to apply is noon Friday, March 19. Apply now. While you can’t be evicted for not paying rent during Gov. Walz’s executive order, rent is still due. When the order is lifted,…

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Deriska waxay ka caawiyaan deriska inay talaalaan! Neighbors help neighbors get vaccinated!

SNG Vaccine Equity Project Meeting Saturday 3/13 at 10am Calling all Internet sleuths, drivers, and neighbors who can make connections! Community members working with the Seward Neighborhood Group are helping East Africans, Indigenous folks, and other people of color in…

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Vaccine Clinic for Seniors and Caregivers co-hosted by Longfellow/Seward Healthy Seniors and Living at Home Network

View original message from Longfellow/Seward Healthy Seniors online HERE. View this email in your browser Longfellow/Seward Healthy Seniors is co-hosting a COVID-19 VACCINE (Moderna) CLINIC in partnership with the Living at Home Network. Eligibility: Seniors 65+, caregivers 18+ Date and Time: Monday, March…

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Racist Impacts of Highways, Past and Present

By Steph Larsen of Sierra Club Read the article online HERE. Highways, Past and Present By Steph Larsen March 8, 2021 FacebookTwitterEmailI-94 Traffic Photo courtesy of Joshua Houdek When a person is sick, is it right to create an environment where they can…

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