To make sense of the Minneapolis City Elections, we invite you to join the next MinnPost Social, where reporter Solomon Gustavo will break down the issues and take your questions.
Author Sasha Issenberg will discuss his new book, “The Engagement,” which tells the expansive story of the struggle over same-sex marriage in the United States.
Join MinnPost writers Peter Callaghan and Walker Orenstein for our latest virtual MinnPost Social, at 12 p.m. CT on Wednesday, May 19.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar will discuss her new book, “Antitrust,” which looks at the history of monopolies in America, as well as the current dynamics shaping proposed legislation in Congress and other topics in the news. MinnPost Washington Correspondent Ashley Hackett will moderate the conversation.
This virtual event is free, but registration is required to receive the link to attend.
Two leaders and journalists from The 19th discuss women in American politics and their work at a nonprofit news start-up reporting at the intersection of gender, politics, and policy.
This session is supported by Ellen Archibald.
The artistic director of Penumbra Theatre on the organization’s mission to drive social change, advance equity, and bring racial healing.
This session is supported by John & Linda Satorius and Karen Sternal & Lowell Pickett.
Local media leaders from across Minnesota discuss how they serve their communities in such a challenging time for local news organizations.
This session is supported by Laurie & Joel Kramer.
Two leaders from The Bulwark on the Republican Party after the Trump presidency and the future of conservatives in electoral politics.
This session is supported by Chelle Stoner.
The Washington Post political columnist and senior fellow at the Brookings Institution on the challenges facing the Biden administration and congressional Democrats.
This session is supported by Fran & Barb Davis and Laurie & Joel Kramer.
The New York Times national politics reporter on the forces seeking to hold power and shape policy amidst demographic and cultural changes across the U.S.
This session is supported by Jennifer Martin and Karen Sternal & Lowell Pickett.