Time & Location
Aug 08, 2023, 6:00 PM – 6:05 PM
Minneapolis, 3032 Minnehaha Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55406, USA
Since 2020, when several buildings were destroyed in the uprising following George Floyd’s murder, much has been happening at Minnehaha Avenue and East Lake Street as community organizations like Longfellow Rising, local residents and business leaders, and arts groups like Pangea World Theater plan for equitable redevelopment that centers the needs and visions of the neighborhood. Join Pangea’s Executive Director Meena Natarajan, Artistic Co-Director Dipankar Mukherjee, and other facilitators for this conversation about how our networks of mutuality working together can help to heal the traumas of 2020 to create an exciting, equitable future for Minneapolis.
Light meal will be served. This event is part of a series of Critical Conversations, created in partnership with the 2023 Wakpa Triennial Art Festival, presented by Public Art Saint Paul.