Join us on Thursday, April 7, at the Neighborhood House in St. Paul for Pollen’s upcoming event, Unraveled Network: Get Organized, where we will gather in conversation to learn from experienced and passionate community organizers about authentically building networks.
Civil rights movements, anti-war movements, feminist movements, gay rights, immigrant rights, police accountability—movements change everything. And at the core of every movement lives the theory and practice of deep, authentic neighborhood and community organizing.
What can we learn from these change makers about empowerment, equity, accessibility, and the empathy required to come together across difference to advance a greater, shared interest? How can we embed these community organizing practices into our daily life and push our own professional networking beyond the transactional to the transformational?
Ernest Bisong, performer
Justin Terrell, TakeAction Minnesota
Bo Thao-Urabe, Coalition of Asian American Leaders & RedGreen Rivers™
Julie Cohen, Pollen
Tenzin Kunsal, Pollen
7:30-8:00 AM – Registration, breakfast, and networking
8:00-10:00 AM – Program
About Unraveled Network
If there’s one thing Pollenites know how to do, it’s nurture a thriving ecosystem of relationships, connections, and collaborative circles. Unraveled Network is an ongoing series hosted by Pollen that aims to better understand our inner habits and intentional actions that determine how diverse, robust, or ineffective our networks really are.