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Submitted by marscollective on Tue, 04/26/2011 - 08:42
Chances are high that any south Minneapolis radical can find many of their friends in Powderhorn Park on the first Sunday of every May. The annual Heart of the Beast parade and festival is a much-loved Twin Cities tradition.
Bike ride to occupy downtown Minneapolis in solidarity with SEIU Local 26 janitors. They clean the offices of some of the biggest corporations in the world—Cargill, Medtronic, Ecolab, US Bank and Wells Fargo. Janitors are fighting for a fair contract and a living wage. Send a message that everyone deserves good green, full time jobs with decent health insurance.
Submitted by Dave Bicking on Mon, 01/11/2010 - 15:12
Another legal victory! The Minneapolis City Council Ways & Means Committee has just approved a $70,800 settlement in a case filed by Gus Ganley and his attorney, Jordan Kushner, resulting from the August 31, 2007 Critical Mass ride.
Bike! Bike! is an international annual conference organized by and for Not-For-Profit bike projects. It takes place in a different city within the United States each year (perhaps it will expand to one of our neighborhoods one day?). This year it will be hosted by the Grease Pit in Minneapolis.