The LWVNCF will be hosting an informational meeting on redistricting later in October. Watch your email for information about this event.
We are also forming a committee to review our local chapter’s bylaws. If you are interested in helping with this work, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
There are also a number of local events happening in October that may be of interest to you.
September 9 through October 17: Carleton College will host “Why Treaties Matter: Self-Government in the Dakota and Ojibwe Nations.” The exhibit will be in the Weitz Center for Creativity in the Hamline Creative Space. Here is a link to that info: https://apps.carleton.edu/calendar/?event_id=1000133604&date=2021-09-09
September 30 – October 28, 2021. “Transfer of Memory” is on view in The Link, located on the main level between the Center for Art and Dance and Tweet Hall of Music at St. Olaf College. Open to the public daily from 7 A.M. to 6 P.M. This exhibit illuminates the lives of Holocaust survivors who came to live in Minnesota. It explores issues of tolerance, prejudice, and discrimination.
October 11, 2021. Indigenous People’s Day, 6:00 – 7:00 P.M. in the Sun Ballroom, St. Olaf College. Reception follows. Masks required.
The Taylor Center welcomes you to the Indigenous Peoples’ Day Lecture with Sarah Eagle Heart. Sarah Eagle Heart is an Emmy award winning storyteller focused on education and advocacy on behalf of Indigenous Peoples whose deep perspective is rooted in her life story as Oglala Lakota activist raised on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. The topic will be about Indigenous Women, and how they are the key to organizing in the community. We welcome you to join us, and stay to ask questions and interact.
Thanks again for your support of education and advocacy in our democracy. If you have any interest in getting more involved in our League activities, please contact Pat or Adrienne through the president email. We would be happy to meet with you.
Adrienne Falcon and Pat Johnson