This page highlights ways to work for justice and equity in the local Twin Cities community and our larger society. We all — especially those of us who identify as white — must work to dismantle racism and white supremacy as we also work to reimagine, support, and strengthen just and equitable communities.
After three weeks of testimony, 38 witnesses, and just over 10 hours of deliberation, the jury found Derek Chauvin guilty of all three counts for which he was charged in the murder of George Floyd on May 25, 2020. Read the highlights from the trial, find links to news of the trial (including updates after), and relevant resources and information in this Google Doc curated by the CEC.
Even in these uncertain times requiring social distancing, there are many opportunities to safely engage with and volunteer to help in the Twin Cities. Are you an incoming student? Tell us your interests, and we’ll be in touch with related opportunities. All students can check out our online portal Galaxy Digital to view specific opportunities. Whether you just have a general idea of the issues you care about, or have a specific nonprofit in mind, there are multiple ways to find the right fit for you. Questions can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this time of deep uncertainty and social unrest, the Mac community is finding strength from stories of action by our fellow community members. Visit our Mac Solidarity page to view these stories submitted by students, staff and faculty.
Macalester is one of only 361 institutions that has been awarded the prestigious Carnegie Community Engagement Classification for excellence in civic engagement.
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