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Radical Seeds: A Night of Resistance and Transformation; Friday 2 December 2016; an evening curated by theater artist Junauda Petrus, visual artist Jordan Malcolm Hamilton, and a team of young artist/activists; featuring raucous performances, provocative visual artwork, and enthralling art-making activities focused on healing in times of struggle; featured performer MMYYKK; Mia Lobby and Community Commons

Virtual Family Day: Yes Justice Yes Peace!

Since its start over 30 years ago, Family Day at Mia has celebrated and amplified the vibrant voices, visions, and talents of our diverse communities to inspire young visitors. With that inspiration have come opportunities to learn from our past and reimagine our future with brave and open hearts. Mia’s Family Programs stands steadfast with the righteous demands for justice and peace from our local, and now national and global, community.

To shift focus to the most pressing needs of rebuilding our communities with love, Mia will postpone the original program for June 14’s Family Day: Making Home. Instead, join us for Family Day(s) for Action: Yes Justice Yes Peace! which will share family-friendly resources and activities centering Black Lives Matter throughout the month. Mia’s Family Programs commits to continue to uplift and celebrate local Black artists, storytellers, and community members so that all children and families can truly see and feel that Black lives matter.

Please follow our event page and Facebook page for emerging resources created by activists, educators, and artists from around the country and the Twin Cities. Thank you for learning, growing, and taking action alongside us to create a more beautiful and just world. We will need everyone—especially our younger generations—to be part of that change.

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Radical Seeds: A Night of Resistance and Transformation; Friday 2 December 2016; an evening curated by theater artist Junauda Petrus, visual artist Jordan Malcolm Hamilton, and a team of young artist/activists; featuring raucous performances, provocative visual artwork, and enthralling art-making activities focused on healing in times of struggle; featured performer MMYYKK; Mia Lobby and Community Commons