Upcoming Events

@ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Living Room Learning: A Reckoning with Race

https://youtu.be/nF6Wa9OTas8 A Reckoning with Race: The Mapping Prejudice Project The Mapping Prejudice Project is mapping racial covenants in the Twin Cities. Racial covenants are clauses--a couple of lines of text--that were embedded into property deeds to bar people who were not white from buying or even occupying the parcels of land to which they were […]

@ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

‘Minneapolis: The Curious Twin,’ A Reexamination

Journalist Carey McWilliams wrote a famous article in 1946 called “Minneapolis: The Curious Twin.” It established an enduring impression of Minneapolis as the “capital of antisemitism” in mid-20th-century America. Join historian Laura Weber as she takes a close look at the “Curious Twin.”

@ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

JRLC Day On The Hill

Joint Religious Legislative Coalition: Jewish, Protestant, Muslim, and Catholic partners advocating for public policies that promote the common good in Minnesota Our schedule this year will include a virtual issue […]

@ 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Exhibit opening: Symbolic Significance

Celebrating the opening of the exhibit Join us on Sept. 11 at Elmer L. Andersen Library to celebrate the new exhibit Symbolic Significance: Tracing the History of Jewish High Holidays […]