Working For Justice

In Minneapolis-St. Paul, as in many places around the world, we are continuing to grieve the murder of George Floyd, take action to dismantle racism, and heal our communities amid social unrest.  Racism against Black, Indigenous, and other People of Color (BIPOC) has a deep history in America, and is the result of individual, collective, and systemic actions and policies.  We at the Center for the Common Good ask the citizens of our community to take action to bring about meaningful social change.  We don’t all have to do everything, but we all have to do something.

Community needs are ever evolving as we work toward meaningful change. Please check this page often for opportunities to get involved, as updates will be made on a rolling basis.  Contact the Center for the Common Good if you have community engagement opportunities that you wish to share.

Take Action

If you'd like to support efforts in the community, click on the buttons below to find organizations that are taking physical and monetary donations, requesting volunteers, or seeking support through advocacy.

Resources

If you or someone you know is looking for support, click on the buttons below to explore ongoing efforts led by the University of St. Thomas and other community organizations.

Logging Hours

If you are a member of the University of St. Thomas community and you choose to safely engage in volunteer activities, please log your hours on Tommie Link.  Click here for instructions on how to do so.

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