Get involved in the struggle for workers’ rights in Minneapolis! Join 15 Now MN at these upcoming events:
Reclaim MN Unity Action
RSVP, Thursday Feb. 18th, 7:00 AM
“Business as usual” politics in Minnesota have led to high rates of poverty in working class communities and created the worst-in-the-nation racial disparities. The fight for a $15 minimum wage is a fight for racial and economic justice.
Next Thursday, hundreds of Minnesotans will come together in downtown Minneapolis to #ReclaimMN. Big business and the political establishment use every opportunity to fight against a workers’ rights agenda, but working people in Minneapolis will send a clear message: No more business as usual!
Campaign Launch: Let’s Take $15 to the ballot!
RSVP, Saturday Feb. 27th 2:30 – 4:30 pm
Brian Coyle Center – 420 15th Ave. S
2:30 – Rally and Speakers, including Nekima Levy-Pounds, and low-wage workers leading the fight for $15/hour from 15 Now MN, MN NOC, CTUL, and others
3:15 – Community Action Group Break-outs: caucus training, answering common questions, prepare for collecting thousands of signatures to get $15 on the ballot!
Join us on February 27th in a mass rally and organizing event to bring together all workers and supporters of a $15/hr.
After the rally, plug into the campaign to win $15! 15 Now will lead trainings on how to introduce resolutions for $15 at the March 1st Caucuses. Passing these resolutions in hundreds of caucuses across Minneapolis-St. Paul will demonstrate the massive support for $15. We’ll also have small group discussion on how to answer common questions about $15 to prepare for the signature collection phase in March.
Justice for Oromo in Minneapolis: A Community Discussion on Racial and Economic Justice
RSVP, Monday Feb. 15th 5:00 – 9:00 pm – Mixed Blood Theater
Co-hosts: 15 Now MN, Brian Coyle Center, West Bank Community Coalition
Join us to stand in solidarity with the Oromo people that are suffering from oppression and humiliation by the Ethiopian government. In particular, we’ll discuss the injustices faced by the Oromo People in Minnesota and Minneapolis.
Our vision is to unify the community and build connections amongst organizations in order to close the gaps on the social, political and economic conditions of our society. We strive to bring a positive change in our society by working for, and with, our society.
15 Now Minnesota
Brian Coyle Center
West Bank Community Coalition