The Minnesota Historical Society, the Hallie Q. Brown Community Center in St. Paul and the Minnesota African American Heritage Museum and Gallery in Minneapolis are collecting information to document how Black Minnesotans are grappling with anti-racism uprisings in the state and elsewhere.
Participants are asked to contribute experiences, images and video through an online form. The three organizations will share the submissions, according to a news release from MNHS. Some of the stories may be added to the historical society collections.
“This is an important project that will collect stories from the Black community which will reflect our perspectives and allow our voices to be heard,” Tina Burnside, co-founder and curator at the Minnesota African American Heritage Museum and Gallery said in the news release.
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