Join Pollen and MPR News on October 25 to push an honest, difficult conversation about how Minnesota nonprofit organizations can break down cultural silos shaped by race and social class, and build more authentic, institutional relationships that value equity, true collaboration, and new forms of community.
Unraveled Network: Beyond Good Intentions will help us address the fear and discomfort that confronting systemic racism creates in traditionally white-led organizations, and the role it plays in propagating closed networks. How do we open up our networks, acknowledge the existence of white supremacy, and build new, equitable connections? What are the intentional and practical changes we can embrace to be more mindful of our network-building practices? This conversation will involve sharing and listening at a deep level.
Executive Director, Minnesota Public Radio News and Programming
Duncan and Nivin MacMillan Director and President, Minneapolis Institute of Art
Louis J. King II
President & CEO, Summit Academy
Executive Director, Pollen
Network Director, Coalition of Asian American Leaders (CAAL)
Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer, RedGreen Rivers™
Reporter, MPR News