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After the daytime events on Inauguration Day, come join community members and organizations from all around the Twin Cities as we gather to recognize and explore the incredible strength, resourcefulness, creativity, and resilience of a connected, collaborative community. 

There'll be music, powerful stories, community resources, and opportunities to learn and become connected with initiatives that will help support a more fair, just, and sustainable life for all.
Friday, January 20 
6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Las Mojarras Restaurant
1507 East Lake Street

Performances by
- Maria Isa
- Lydia Liza
- Tony Williams
- City Counselor
- See More Perspective
- Farrington Llewelyn
- More TBA

This event will take place both in Las Mojarras and outside on 15th Avenue- please dress for whatever the weather is dishing  out!

As a connected and collaborative community, there's nothing we cannot accomplish. See you there,
Partnering organizations include:
Waite House
MN Neighborhoods Organizing for Change (NOC)
Our Revolution MN
Navigate MN
Mesa Latina
TakeAction Minnesota
MN350: Building a Climate Movement in Minnesota
GoodSpace Murals
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Join community partners for a forum to share information and resources on immigration and DACA. Know your rights, get an update from the state legislature on drivers licenses for all and REAL ID, and learn what might happen under the new Administration.
Develop a plan of protection and action for your family and loved ones.
An organized community is a protected community! 
Sunday, January 22
1:30 p.m., after mass
Holy Rosary Church
2424 18th Avenue South

Foro comunitario para información y recursos de inmigración y DACA. Conozca sus derechos, escuche actualizacion de la legislatura estatal (licencias/REAL ID) y de la nueva presidencia. Elabore un plan de protección y acción para su familia y sus seres queridos. 
Una comunidad protegida es una comidad organizada!

En colaboración con/ In collaboration with:
NAVIGATE, Immigrant Law Center of MN, Consejal del Distrito 9/ Ninth Ward City Coucnil Member Alondra Cano, SEIU Local 26, De Leon & Nestor, Centro Tyrone Guzman, Senadora estatal/ State Senator Patricia Torres Ray, entre otros
This week, A Hennepin County judge handed down a ruling upholding most provisions of the Minneapolis Paid Sick and Safe Time policy that so many workers, advocates, organizers, and small businesses worked for.
This delivers a blow to the Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, which asked that the law not be implemented on the grounds that it was in conflict with State law.
Still unclear is whether the provision that requires all companies that have an employee that works more than 80 hours per year in Minneapolis to provide sick time regardless of whether the company is located in the city will be upheld. This issue will be argued by the two sides in an upcoming trial.
When workers organize, the people win!  
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