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Pollen helps people break down barriers to build better connected communities. Founded in a belief that connecting is about more than exchanging business cards, we share the stories behind individuals, turn opportunities into realities, and champion getting off the couch to learn about the world.

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Work Redux | Consequences
Machine Shop | 300 2nd St SE, Minneapolis, MN 55414
March 28, 2017
Work Redux brings together hundreds of women spanning diverse backgrounds to reimagine the future of the workplace. For the first Word Redux of 2017, we will explore the ramifications of gender that tremble through every corner of our lives, our work, and our dreams.

 

=On October 25, 2016, Pollenites came together to push an honest and 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.

On October 25, 2016, Pollenites came together to push an honest and 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.

 

=On October 25, 2016, Pollenites came together to push an honest and 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.