The Streets.mn Anti-Racism Committee seeks proposals for a racial equity analysis of our work. Deadline for applications is now Friday, August 5.
Streets.mn is seeking proposals for a racial equity analysis to help us better meet the needs of our community and fulfill our goal of connecting a more diverse range of people.
The 2022 streets.mn board members acknowledge the foundation built for us by past streets.mn board members. Thank you.
Help communities in Minnesota become more bike friendly through Bikeable Community Workshops. Learn ways to advocate for biking in your community in 2022.
We are currently in our board recruitment phase—the time of the year when streets.mn adds new voices to our board of directors for the next two years. Our board has determined streets.mn needs new voices on our board who have experience with volunteer coordination, brand management/social media, racial equity work, or website management.
Streets.mn wants to collaborate with readers on our new Anti-Racism library.
The Chicago Tribune’s social media team has been pushing a story about air taxi service from downtown to O’Hare pretty hard on twitter the past several weeks. I bookmarked the tweet to read later, which means I was never, ever going to read it. Then last week, the American Planning Association tweeted out a link […]
streets.mn has begun our annual board recruitment drive and is seeking board members for the 2021-22 term. We seek individuals who will improve the board balance of racial, ethnic, gender, sexual orientation, and sexual identities to more accurately represent Minnesota. We also welcome board members from a variety of occupations and perspectives – one must […]
Do you like free food for takeaway? Do you need more enamel pins to up your flair game? Do you enjoy hanging out with transit and land-use nerds? If you answered yes to all three, then this coming Friday is your day! Streets.mn is beginning our annual board recruitment phase with a virtual happy hour […]
“It [the pandemic] is a portal, a gateway between one world and the next. We can choose to walk through it, dragging the carcasses of our prejudice and hatred, our avarice, our data banks and dead ideas, our dead rivers and smoky skies behind us. Or we can walk through lightly, with little luggage, ready […]