A Community Conversation: Everyone has a story - let your voice be heard!

The Falcon Heights Human Rights Commission and the Advocates for Human Rights invite you to attend a community conversation.

The event is part of a community-based fact-finding project led by The Advocates for Human Rights that seeks to monitor, document, and assess how fully Minnesota welcomes all residents of our state. By recording the experiences of immigrants and other key communities in Minnesota and evaluating them against international human rights standards, the project will work to eliminate anti-immigrant bias and to build a community in which the human rights of all Minnesotans are respected, protected, and fulfilled.

We want you to know...

  • What does "welcome" mean to you?
  • How would you define a welcoming community?
  • In what areas could Minnesota be more welcoming?

 

 

Date: 
Mon, Aug 19 at 7:00pm
Location: 

Falcon Heights Council Chambers
2077 Larpenteur Avenue West
St. Paul, MN 55113

Contact: 
Please RSVP by contacting Michelle Tesser, Assistant to the City Administrator 651-792-7617 michelle.tesser@falconheights.org

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