Update: Tickets are SOLD OUT. Find a livestream event: www.mnnoc.org/events
Tickets for this Friday's community conversation with presidential candidate Bernie Sanders in north Minneapolis on issues facing the Black community and other communities of color will be available on Thursday, February 11, at 4 pm at the office of Neighborhoods Organizing for Change, 1101 W Broadway Ave, Minneapolis. Tickets are free of charge and will be required for entry. They will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
The forum will take place at Patrick Henry High School (note location change) on Friday, February 12. Doors will open at 4 pm. Doors will open at 3PM.
The forum will focus on the historic and current issues facing Black communities and other communities of color. This forum will be a historic opportunity for community members to converse with a presidential candidate and ask for real responses about the pressing issues facing Black communities, specifically in Minnesota, home to some of the worst racial disparities in the nation.
This forum will be livestreamed. Livestream viewing parties will be held throughout the metro area and in Duluth for those who cannot or choose not to attend in person. More information about livestreaming and livestream parties will be available soon.
For further questions about tickets, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.