[SAVE THE DATE] One Minneapolis: A Call to Action

Please join us!

The Minneapolis Department of Civil Rights presents…

ONE MINNEAPOLIS: A CALL TO ACTION

Friday, December 2, 2011

8 am to 1:30 pm at the Minneapolis Convention Center

The Minneapolis Department of Civil Rights has collaborated with experts from government, business, non-profit, and the community to look at the disparities in education, justice, employment, health, and for women & minority businesses to put forth a mini-conference. This conference will focus on best practices currently being utilized around the region with the goal of finding additional solutions that will bring an end to the divide.

The conference will end with A Call to Action, challenging the more than 200 civil/human rights professionals, advocacy organizations, community leaders, elected officials, law firms, corporations, educators, students, nonprofit organizations and local business owners to act consistently in the months ahead to close the gap. CLE and Human Resource continuing education credits will be offered.

Ticket Information

Individual: $50

Table: $450

Exhibitor table: $100

Sponsorship levels available

Please indicate on the Event Registration Form PDF if you would like to pay by check, credit card, or if you need an invoice. To pay by credit card, you will need to contact the City of Minneapolis Treasury Department at 612-673-2555. Registration and payment are due no later than November 25, 2011.

For more information and additional announcements, join our One Minneapolis: A Call to Action Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/calltoactionmpls

If you are specifically interested in signing up for sponsorship, serving as an exhibitor, or presenting, please email Toni Newborn  with your contact information at RSVPCivilRightsForum@minneapolismn.gov

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One Response to [SAVE THE DATE] One Minneapolis: A Call to Action

  1. Pingback: Racial disparities in Minnesota’s criminal justice system with a focus on new solutions « Minneapolis Department of Civil Rights

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