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"Jim Crow of the North" Panel Discussion - Shared screen with speaker view
Laura (she/her) Seward Co-op
47:47
https://www.tpt.org/minnesota-experience/video/jim-crow-of-the-north-stijws/
Laura (she/her) Seward Co-op
48:59
• An introduction to North Side history: https://www.tpt.org/cornerstones-a-history-of-north-minneapolis/• Short segment on coop history: https://www.tpt.org/minnesota-in-the-70s/video/food-wars-25443/• A look at the making of our Slavery by Another Name film: https://www.tpt.org/slavery-by-another-name-behind-the-scenes/• Biographies of African Americans in Minnesota: https://www.tpt.org/north-star-minnesotas-black-pioneers/
Laura (she/her) Seward Co-op
50:31
More about Miah- https://forms.gle/zARdWQAkuQ52x1Ce6
Laura (she/her) Seward Co-op
54:17
https://eastsidefreedomlibrary.org/events/the-most-beautiful-home-maybe-presentation-and-discussion/
Laura (she/her) Seward Co-op
55:16
History Revealed: Hope in the Struggle: A Conversation with Dr. Josie Johnson and Tish Jones https://eastsidefreedomlibrary.org/events/history-revealed-hope-in-the-struggle/
Girls on the Run
01:06:05
wow! thank you for sharing that map and history of coops over the years
Michelle
01:44:18
this is all stone land
Michelle
01:44:28
stolen*
Laura (she/her) Seward Co-op
01:49:06
https://forms.gle/zARdWQAkuQ52x1Ce6
Michelle
01:52:12
what is the name of that book?
michelle rosier
01:52:57
slavery’s reach
Laura (she/her) Seward Co-op
01:53:57
Reminder- you can put your questions in the Q&A box at the bottom center of your screen. We will begin with pre-submitted questions, and time permitting, open the floor for more.
Amanda Belle (she/her)
01:54:45
Slavery’s Reach by Christopher P Lehman
Michelle
01:55:57
ty michelle & amanda
Marisa Lee
02:02:13
https://area1946.com/how-to-renounce/
Marisa Lee
02:02:42
This link has step by step info.- and it looks like it is free?
paula gilbertson
02:04:08
In 2019, the Minnesota Legislature passed a law allowing people to renounce these covenants by filing a document with Minnesota Counties.
paula gilbertson
02:04:29
Yes no fee
Melissa Trent (farmer-PUC Farms)
02:10:03
New and Bipoc farmers too!
Heidi T, she/her
02:10:04
Hennepin History Museum is hosting “A Public History of 35W: Resisting Expansion” online next Thursday @ 6:30.
Shelley Sherman
02:10:21
HUD still supports creating senior housing cooperatives by guaranteeing the mortgage which lowers the interest rate. the nonprofit housing developers associated with the main Christian denominations are using this funding technique to create senior housing that requires a substantial buy in and in effect is perpetuating the white supremacy ownership model for older people
Laura (she/her) Seward Co-op
02:12:52
Hennepin History Museum is hosting “A Public History of 35W: Resisting Expansion” online next Thursday @ 6:30= http://www.bit.ly/35WCommunityPanel
Laura (she/her) Seward Co-op
02:13:31
Mapping Prejudice Links- To learn more and to help build the map visit: https://mappingprejudice.umn.edu/get-involved/index.html- To donate to support Mapping Prejudice's workvisit: https://makingagift.umn.edu/give/fund.html?fundCode=22110#formstep-1East Side Freedom Library-To donate, view upcoming events, or join the e-newsletter list, visit eastsidefreedomlibrary.orgUpcoming events:-The Most Beautiful Home… Maybe (Presentation and Discussion) | February 22 @ 7:00pm - 8:00 pm CST | https://eastsidefreedomlibrary.org/events/the-most-beautiful-home-maybe-presentation-and-discussion/- History Revealed: Hope in the Struggle: A Conversation with Dr. Josie Johnson and TishJones | February 23 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm CST |https://eastsidefreedomlibrary.org/events/history-revealed-hope-in-the-struggle/
Rebecca Fuller
02:16:10
A really powerful and enlightening hour and a half. Thank you! A great addition to CASTE, which I just finished reading.
Anthony
02:16:25
From Durham, North Carolina, thanks so much for an important and illuminating program.
Amanda Belle (she/her)
02:16:29
Thank you so much!
Wendy Harris (she/her)
02:16:43
thank you, everyone
Marisa Lee
02:16:52
Thanks all!
Maya Evans
02:17:11
This was excellent! I appreciate the different perspectives and all of the information.