Open community letter demands resignation of District 202 director Curt Prins over youth disempowerment, unaccountabilityBy syndicated_content on 04 Nov 2010
"District 202 was originally intended to be a community organization “by and for youth”, providing physical space for queer youth to exercise their agency, build community, and grow as leaders. The elimination of the Youth Advisory Committee in 2009 and the absence of a youth presence on the Board demonstrate a disregard for input from youth. More specifically, the changes since your appointment have especially affected queer youth facing multiple oppressions. The Board is incomplete and ineffective without the voices of people of color, trans people, dis/abled people, poor people, and youth.
Saturday, Feb. 13th, 4pm
2441 Lyndale Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55405
After being in our current location since 1993, the Arise! Books and Resources Collective has come to the painful realization that we can no longer afford to operate in this space. Rather than letting the awful realities of capitalism tear us apart, we want to figure out a way to arise anew. A new form. A new location. A new way to continue serving and being part of the radical and progressive community in the Twin Cities.
This is the third of a seven par series. In this segment I discuss community within the United States.
Series one can be found here:
Series Two can be found here:
Columbus State Community College
Clinton Heights Lutheran Church, 15 E. Clinton Heights in the lower level parlor.
Clintonville Community Market Board meeting.