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Community and self-care resources

It’s an understatement to say our hearts and minds have been through a lot lately. This piece by St. Paul City Council Member Mitra Jalali, “WTF just happened to us?” resonates deeply.   Mitra reminds us:

"Caring for ourselves and others makes our movement stronger."

From Minneapolis to Line 3, Our Liberation is Bound Together

Our liberation is bound together, and it’s our shared responsibility to stand on the good side of history. We cannot remain neutral at this pivotal moment in history: No pipelines! Not here, not anywhere! We all need to act for racial justice, climate justice, and gender justice.

Graphic image of planet earth on blue background. "Not here, not anywhere! No pipelines!

NEWS RELEASE: Minnesota House Passes Nation Leading Prescription Drug Affordability Board

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 21, 2021 Contact: Kenza Hadj-Moussa, 612-386-9556 NEWS RELEASE Minnesota House Passes Nation Leading Prescription Drug Affordability Board  Patients urge lawmakers to approve the Board in negotiations

Activist Travis Paulsen and Rep. Morrison

House Public Safety Omnibus Bill

At TakeAction Minnesota we believe in a future where each and every person is free to live in joy. We believe in just, caring communities where we can all be free. And we believe that to reach those goals, it takes a multiracial commitment to defend Black lives and build a brighter future for all of us because we know our liberation is tied together.

Actions taken by the legislature alone will not achieve that future, but legislative action is a prerequisite to meaningful change.

That is why we support the House Public Safety Bill.

We Keep Us Safe: 5 Ways to Take Action

The movement for Black lives—for just, caring communities where we can all be free—exists far and wide beyond the walls of a courtroom. It is in all of us. In our communities, our streets, and our acts of care. It

Change starts with us! Caucus & Convention Training April 27

If the past year has shown us anything, it’s that the people we elect to represent us in government matter. Right now, as our elected officials ramp up the militarization of our

TakeAction Minnesota Statement on Chauvin Trial Verdict

A guilty verdict is not justice. The movement for Black lives—for just, caring communities where we can all be free—exists far and wide beyond the walls of a courtroom. It is in all of us. It is in our communities, our streets, and in our acts of care. It is in our multiracial commitment to defend Black lives and build a brighter future for all of us, because we know our liberation is tied.