New Narratives <br />Carry Us Forward

Community Conversations

New Narratives
Carry Us Forward

Community Conversations are your opportunity to join us for fun, challenging, fascinating events that help build thoughtful, literate, and engaged Minnesotans. How do we amplify and recognize authentic narratives of traditionally under-represented people? How do we engage in civil discourse about what unites us, not divides us? How do we feel inspired and energized by our shared humanity? We feel that Community Conversations and the humanities are a place to start.

Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2019
The Hill Museum & Manuscript Library (HMML), the Minnesota Humanities Center (MHC), and the Minnesota Historical Society (MNHS) are pleased to present Why Cultural Heritage Matters Globally and Locally: A Conversation with Father Columba Stewart and Fred de Sam Lazaro. This event is a celebration of the 2019 NEH Jefferson Lecturer in the Humanities, Father Columba Stewart.

The Minnesota Humanities Center (MHC) is embarking on a Statewide Community Input Tour and we would love to see you there! The tour is a series of community conversations with MHC’s new CEO – Kevin Lindsey. All are welcome to attend – friends as well as those who have not yet become friends are encouraged to come.

Human-Powered Humanities Takes All Of Us

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