ON THE FRONT LINES: Ordinary People. Extraordinary Efforts
ABOUT THE EVENT
What does justice look like? Is peace sustainable? How can we address what’s wrong and build on what’s right? Americans are in the midst of a defining moment: racial tensions are high, children are sacrificed to gun violence, protest erupts from civilians and the police, and the media sensationalizes with stories that divide. What can we do to heal our communities? How can we actively engage in efforts toward positive social change? Join us for an invigorating conversation with members of our community who have dedicated their lives to the pursuit of justice and the establishment of peace.
Dave Ellis, consultant, former Director of the Racial Disparity Initiative, and 2013 Bush Fellow
Signe Harriday, artist organizer, Million Artist Movement
John Harrington, Chief, Metro Transit Police
Professor Nekima Levy-Pounds, Director, Community Justice Project
Sarah Bellamy hosts this popular social gathering and exploration of relevant topics. The event begins at 5:30 p.m. with complimentary refreshments and light bites, followed by a 90-minute presentation and discussion.
DATES AND TICKETS
1 hour prior to performance
270 N. Kent St
St. Paul, MN 55102
Map & Directions
“TOMORROW BELONGS TO THOSE OF US WHO CONCEIVE OF IT AS BELONGING TO EVERYONE; WHO LENDS THE BEST OF OURSELVES TO IT, AND WITH JOY.”