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Where's Art? with Annie Dugan: how the Clayton Jackson McGhie Memorial is activated to life

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There are a couple interesting online events today:

Make it Matter: Actions for Advancing Equity

Monday, 15 June 2020

12:00 PM-12:55 PM
Facing the Truth About Racial Disparities

 
Wednesday, 17 June 2020

12:00 PM-12:55 PM
Owning Your Cultural Integrity

 
Friday, 19 June 2020

12:00 PM-12:55 PM
Taking Action to Destroy Disparities

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There's a Community BBQ today (June 15) from noon to 3pm at the Clayton Jackson McGhie Memorial

This evening at 5:00pm, an online event I Can't Breathe. A CJM Memorial Documentary

and tomorrow night (June 16) at 7:00pm, an online event 100th Anniversary of the Lynchings in Duluth with Michael Fedo

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Jordon and Terresa Moses won the Arrowhead Regional Art's Council's new Award for Transformative Art. They're the founders of Blackbird Revolt

The Arrowhead Regional Arts Council rolled out its yearly awards plus one: Jordon and Terresa Moses won ARAC's newly-created Award for Transformative Art.

On their Facebook page, ARAC said, " Terresa Moses and Jordon Moses, the founders of Blackbird Revolt, won a new award for making a positive, transformative change in the arts culture of the region. The new award will be named the Award for Transformative Art in future years."

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Wendy Savage (l) and Alison Aune (r) recieved the Maddie Simons Arts Advocate Award and the George Morrison Artist Award, respectively

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