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ENEWS: The Progress Report
Growth & Justice has a new logo and a new website, so it’s only fitting for our newsletter to get an update too. Today we are releasing the first issue of The Progress Report a twice a year publication that will give you an in-depth look at our progress towards making Minnesota’s economy more prosperous and fair. The Progress Report will feature stories about what we’re working on and how we’re making an impact.
In this issue:
Don't miss out on seeing Van Jones
We will stop selling tickets to Rebuild the Dream: Urban Job Development with featured speaker Van Jones at 4 p.m. on Friday, May 17th. There will only be a limited number available at the door so get your tickets now!
Join us this Sunday, May 19th at 5 p.m.
$10 – Students
$25 – Speech Only
$100 – Speech & Reception
Reserve your seat before it’s too late!
This event is being generously sponsored by:
The Jay & Rose Phillips Family Foundation of Minnesota, AM950, Tom & Marlene Kayser, Jennifer Martin, BlueGreen Alliance, A Minnesota Without Poverty, Headwaters Foundation for Justice, David Fisher, Jim Hart, Vernae & Michael Hasbargen, Bud & Carol Hayden, Joel & Laurie Kramer, James Lenfestey, and Betsey Whitbeck.
All proceeds will go to support the work of Growth & Justice.
Growth & Justice celebrates 10 years
Growth & Justice celebrated its 10th year in March. Learn what we have accomplished in that short period of time and find out what we’re doing next.
Workforce Equity for a Competitive Economy
Growth & Justice has launched a new project that will highlight workforce and economic development models that show real promise for reducing racial and economic disparities.
Former Growth & Justice interns flourish in policy roles
We’ve had a lot of interns over the years and many of them have moved on to find their place as policy influencers and advocates in Minnesota and beyond.
2013 Legislative session update
Since January 3rd we have been at the Capitol advocating for smart investments in education and transportation and pushing a responsible way to pay for these investments. Learn more about all our efforts shaping the debate.
Our Annual Donor List
With help from generous folks from across Minnesota, we’ll keep advancing progressive policies that ensure a just and more equitable state. Thank you!
Read more about these topics and find other great articles in the electronic version of The Progress Report – Spring 2013 today!
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