We have a lot of participants admit, many for the first time in their lives, to biases or prejudices they know are wrong, but have never fully uprooted.
We need our nonprofits in Minnesota right now and they need us. Let’s innovate, support each other, and give where we can.
If the early data bears out, it’s possible there is a whole world of potential human connection out there just waiting for us.
Doors Open Minneapolis showed that Minnesotans are curious, engaged, and want to know more about how their cities and state work. Legislators and the governor should take us up on it.
Moderators and hosting organizations have a responsibility to voters, not candidates.
Minnesotans, if nothing else, are a practical people. Living through eight months of winter leaves most of us with little patience for anything that’s clearly not working.
With Chair Susan Haigh leaving, the post is open for a passionate, visionary, dedicated, masochistic public servant.
The key to “zany” improv games is being a deep listener; a good collaborator, and an open, generous and free thinker. In short, it brings out the best in us.
Would we tell a writer, a photographer, or concert pianist that because they enjoy their craft they don’t deserve to make a living at it?