Join Julia Dinsmore in this week's conversation about what we're wrestling with - the good and the hard.Please, drop in! This week we'll be exploring important events and topics you may have never heard of, like the Tuskegee experiment, Tulsa Massacre, Drapetomania, Red Summer of 1919, Slave codes, and Bleeding Kansas.
Monday, July 6 | 4:30 pm OR Thursday, July 9 | 3:30 pm
Starting this week! A book club to study race. It's not too late to join! We are reading Me and White Supremacy by Layla F. Saad (see reading assignments per group session below). There are 2 Group options: Mondays at 4:30pm or Thursdays at 3:30pm. We'll read one chapter/week, and talk about them every other week. The book is available for free as an ebook or audiobook from Hennepin Library (no wait time), or you can purchase it at your favorite online or local bookstore!
Join the Monday Zoom Meeting (Read up to Chapter 1):
Wednesday Youth Connection: Challenge the Interns (Grades 7-8)
Wednesday, July 8 | 9:00 am | Instagram/Facebook
Be on the lookout for silly challenges put out each Wednesday by our summer interns on the youth Instagram & Facebook. Then it's your turn! Upload your video to a shared Drive anytime during the week to score points for the youth and be featured in a Highlight reel at the end of each month.
Center for Healing & Wholeness Virtual Caregiver Offerings
The Center for Healing & Wholeness is continuing all of their regular services virtually so caregivers can stay connected and continue to be supported during the current situation. Regularly scheduled caregiver support groups plus new drop-in groups, individual and family care consultations, caregiver workshops and education sessions will all be conducted using Zoom. Questions? Contact Jennifer Monroe, email@example.com.
Education sessions are being presented virtually during this time of social distancing due to COVID-19. All sessions are presented by the Alzheimer’s Association MN/ND chapter. The topic for July is Understanding Alzheimer's and Dementia.
This education session will be held virtually through the BlueJeans platform. You can attend this education session virtually or by telephone. Pre-registration is required by Saturday, July 11, 2020. There are two ways to register: