Mon, Feb 10|
Maxfield Elementary School
Equity Roundtable: Education
Did you know Monday, February 10th is National African American Parent Involvement Day? Join your elected officials and community Connect with elected officials and your fellow African American parents for a conversation about how to achieve an equitable education for our children in Minnesota.
Time & Location
Feb 10, 2020, 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM
Maxfield Elementary School, 380 N Victoria St, St Paul, MN 55104, USA
About The Event
Did you know Monday, February 10th is National African American Parent Involvement Day?
Connect with elected officials and your fellow African American parents for a conversation about how to achieve an equitable education for our children in Minnesota. This is our first ever, Equity Roundtable, hosted by Minnesota State Rep. Rena Moran (65A) and Minnesota State Rep. Ruth Richardson (52B) we’ll be discussing community- based solutions to addressing education disparities.
Before the 2020 legislative session starts represent the voice of your children in this important conversation about the Minnesota state constitution and education equity.
February 10th from 5-6:30 pm.
+ Retired Justice of Minnesota Supreme Court, and Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient, Alan Page
+ The Executive director of Teach for America Twin Cities, Mikisha Nation
+ Founder of VisibilityMatters.us initiative to highlight programs impacting African American women in Minnesota, Meredith Moore Crosby
Maxfield Magnet Elementary, 380
Victoria St. N., St. Paul, MN
In January 2020, Page and Neel Kashkari proposed amending a portion of the Minnesota State Constitution to read, "All children have a fundamental right to a quality education that fully prepares them"
Organized by VisibilityMatters.us, formerly Create Opportunity 2020. For more information on upcoming events follow our page.