Community Partners

Arts

$10,000

For REMAP Twin Cities, a gathering of artists, activists, scholars, and leaders focusing on the role of the arts in social change, particularly the importance of racial equity (Project).

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$150,000

For the Oglala Lakota Artspace project on the Pine Ridge Reservation – a culturally appropriate Native arts center and arts-based business incubator to nurture the development of a sustainable and vibrant reservation-based creative economy (Capital).

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$25,000

For the development of a Community Food Center addressing social inequities, health disparities, and healthy food access in the Frogtown & Rondo neighborhoods of St. Paul. Partners include Frogtown Farm, Public Art Saint Paul, Asian Economic Development Association, and the Urban Farm and Garden Alliance (Project).

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Community Building

$40,000

For their work providing immigration legal services, outreach, and education to immigrants and refugees of all nationalities, as well as educating Minnesota communities and professionals, and advocating for policies which respect the universal human rights of immigrants (GOS).

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$15,000

For transforming single-mother-led families from poverty to prosperity two generations at a time through a combination of supportive services addressing safe and affordable housing, career-track college education, quality early-childhood education, and life skills empowerment training (GOS).

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$240,000

For the Selby Milton Victoria Project which will redevelop two long-vacant parcels in the Rondo neighborhood into mixed-use permanently affordable senior housing and permanently affordable commercial space for new and expanding neighborhood businesses (Capital).

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Health

$22,500

For Native youth education and leadership programs designed to restore health and well-being in the Native community by recovering knowledge of and access to healthy Indigenous foods, medicines and lifeways (GOS).

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$25,000

For their dedication to increasing the number of under-represented physicians and other healthcare professionals nationally in order to improve access to healthcare in medically underserved communities (GOS).

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$125,000

For the renovation of a new building that will enable New Day to expand their supportive services for victims of family violence and sexual abuse, and provide preventive education (Capital).

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