Friends of the Hawthorne Huddle, On April 1 we will honor the work and contributions of a tireless community activist and dedicated advocate. Join us to see who it is. We will feature 2 topics this month – Mary Ann Schoenberger from Minneapolis Community Education will talk about Community Education opportunities on the North Side for adults and children including summer options for youth. They have some exciting new options this year. They are really interested in getting feedback about family, adult, and 55+ programming on the North Side.
Tagged: Crime & Safety
Minneapolis community, please provide your input on what community safety looks like and tell us your ideas about a new model of community safety for the City. You can take the survey in English, Spanish, Somali, Hmong or Oromo.
The Hawthorne Huddle convenes on Thursday September 3 via Zoom. Please join us from 7:30 – 8:45 AM. In order to ensure that we do not get Zoom bombed, we will ask participants to Register in advance for this meeting.
The Hawthorne Huddle reconvenes on Thursday, August 6 after our July break. Please join us at 7:30 AM via Zoom. In order to ensure that we do not get Zoom bombed, we will ask participants to REGISTER HERE prior to the 6th.
On Friday, July 17th the Hawthorne Neighborhood Council and Al McFarlane of Insight News hosted the Northside Urban Coalition Meeting.
The Minneapolis Charter Commission is seeking public comments on a proposed amendment to the City Charter related to the future of public safety. People can submit their comments online or provide them directly to members of the commission at a public hearing July 15th or July 21st.
The Department of Neighborhood and Community Relations has received questions from community members and several neighborhood groups about neighborhood safety and police. We are reaching out to answer some of these questions.
Mr. Al McFarlane, Editor of Insight News, will facilitate a conversation with invited guests Senator Jeff Hayden and Representative Fu Lee, Council Members Andrea Jenkins, Jeremiah Ellison and Phillipe Cunningham, John Harrington and other elected officials and community leaders about the killing of George Floyd, the subsequent protests and the future of the community.