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www.advantagelabs.com | email
We are a small consulting firm that helps nonprofits and small businesses tackle the big challenges of online community. As online strategists and contributing experts for the Drupal CMS, we've learned a lot along the way, and we're happy to share our knowledge with everyone.
We are a highly-technical development firm. We contribute and support dozens of Drupal modules and provide training, support, and managed hosting for small and large Drupal projects. We share what we learn from our development initiatives with the community, and we work with the community to inform development goals and solutions. Virtually everything we do is made available as a contribution to the open source community. We don't call this "giving back", we call this "strengthening the resources we depend on."
http://www.electriccitizen.com | t. 612.466.0020
Electric Citizen creates online tools and and websites to solve real world problems. We provide web design, development and online strategy, from desktops to mobile. We love open-source tools like Drupal, and being part of the Minneapolis-St.Paul community. ArtsHub is the place where our team members work together, meet with clients, and collaborate on projects.
Dan Moriarty, Creative Director
Tim Broeker, Technical Director
Fellowship of Reconciliation (FORUSA)
http://www.forusa.org | t. 612.636.8263
Since 1915, the Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR) has been at the forefront of the movement for global peace and justice through transformative nonviolence and the rights of conscience. From the co-organizing of the Journey of Reconciliation to the founding of Dai Dong to the training of emerging leaders through Young, Pacifist and Proud, the work of the Fellowship has been and continues to be vast and deep.
While at the ArtsHub, we are manifesting "The Future is NOW national summit" focused on racial, economic and environmental justice skill-building, resourcing and collaboration across generations. We would love to talk with you about your passion and the places where we overlap in this world.
Shauen V. T. Pearce, Midwest Regional Director & Director of the Future is NOW National Summit | email@example.com
Charlotte Bernsohn, Event guru of the Future is NOW National Summit
The mission of the Givens Foundation for African American Literature is to enrich cultural awareness and learning through programs that promote and celebrate black literature and writers. Givens Foundation programs engage nearly 5,000 students, educators, readers and writers in the Twin Cities each year.
In the last five years, our literary arts education program, Spirited Minds and Strong Souls Singing, has become an innovative solution that has supported the academic engagement of more than 6,000 Twin Cities students by delivering black literary artists and storytellers into classrooms to use African American literature as a springboard for teaching reading and writing.
Our NOMMO African American Authors Series has explored the state of the art of African American literature with literary masters such as Amiri Baraka, Angela Davis, Yusef Komunyakaa, Ishmael Reed, Sonia Sanchez, Ntozake Shange, and John Edgar Wideman.
Our Givens Black Writers Collaborative Retreat pairs national and state mentoring authors with emerging black writers to promote the “writing life” and to seed the future of African American literature. Lastly, our Givens Black Books Community Reading Campaign has increased access to quality literature in the African American community and has featured diverse activities and events that encourage reading as an integral part of daily life for more than 800 participants.
Arleta Little, Executive Director
Eartha Bell, Assistant Director
Founded in the spring of 2011, Line Break Media exists to support groups and individuals working for justice in their communities through multimedia production and training. Line Break is currently working on several projects in the Twin Cities and across the globe to develop powerful narratives and messaging related to food justice, climate justice, community radio, race equity, and media literacy and training.
Permaculture Research Institute Cold Climate
www.pricoldclimate.org | t. 612.242.8758
As a community of learners, designers, and problem-solvers, PRI is uniquely positioned to develop small-scale, sustainable solutions for urban, suburban, and rural environments. Our primary area of expertise is the design of integrated, highly productive, community-based organic food production systems. Because of permaculture's systemic nature, we bring together people from many areas of expertise—landscape architects, writers, teachers, artists, farmers, gardeners, health care professionals.
Our goals are:
- To engage a wide range of individuals, organizations, and businesses to implement practical solutions that promote health and resilience in our communities.
- To cultivate fun and innovative skill-building opportunities for all learning styles on a variety of relevant topics, including soil health, natural building, food production, and sustainable design
- To explore what works in our natural systems in order to design models of sustainability that are efficient, scalable, and feasible.
- To inspire connection and collaboration within the passionate communities we live in and celebrate our collective work toward a more vibrant, abundant, and just future.
- To transform the problems around us by growing, building, and creating positive change.