Second Annual Create the Network Gathering: hosted by People's Movement Center & Irreducible Grace Foundation Saturday, September 29, 10:30am-2:30pm
REGISTER HERE for the September 29th gathering! Attendance limited to 50 participants.
University of Minnesota Urban Research and Outreach-Engagement Center (UROC)
2001 Plymouth Avenue North, Minneapolis, MN 55411
A light lunch will be served.

Join Youth Healing Justice Network organizations People’s Movement Center (PMC) and Irreducible Grace Foundation (IGF) for our second annual gathering.

* Enjoy Presentations and a Performance/Workshop on healing from trauma;
* Meet Network Healers of Color from People’s Movement Center;
* Learn about the work IGF and PMC have done over the past year engaging young people of color and the adults who surround and support them in creating healing practices and spaces where young people live, learn, and play;
* Participate in community conversation and visioning about how the network can prioritize our work for the next year.

A light lunch will be served.
Childcare is available.

LIMITED TO 50 participants

DIRECTIONS: https://uroc.umn.edu/contact
Public Transportation Options: Metro Transit Bus 7, 32

PARKING:
Due to construction, the west end of UROC's parking lot will be closed until fall 2018. Additional parking is available across the street on the northwest corner of Morgan and Plymouth Avenues.

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