Minnesota's Racial Legacy - Duluth

Bridging divides between our past, present and future
Duluth's lift bridge in the snow, black and white photo

Part of Minnesota Council of Churches' 10-year Vision for Truth and Reparations, Minnesota's Racial Legacy comes to the port city of Duluth, bridging divides between our past, present and future.

 

This event is a partnership with several Duluth area congregations, including St. Mark AME Church, Gloria Dei Lutheran, and other local community stakeholders. There will be two speakers from the Duluth area, one from the Native American community and one from the African American community. Great music from an ecumenical choir, drumming and participatory action for attendees, round out the event.

 

Speaking will be:

 

  • Classie Dudley, President, Duluth NAACP and Executive Director of Community Action Duluth
  • Taysha Martineau, Fond Du Lac member

 

Join us on Sunday, October 16, from 2:00pm - 5:00pm, at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church in Duluth.

 

**Childcare and sign language interpretation is available upon request**

 

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