Find Resources to Volunteer and/or Donate to the Fight for Justice and Building A Better Future

SooVAC will continue to be a space for protest, quite reflection, change, outrage, and hope. We will fight for the platform that provides artists with the ability to inspire and provoke needful conversation. Voices of the underrepresented and ignored, we have a space for you and you will be heard. We will continue to amplify the work of artists that are from marginalized communities in our efforts to dismantle the systemic racism that our art community was built on.

 

AND SooVAC still has work to do, especially in our position of privilege. We watch in our own neighborhoods the generosity and kindness of many who are helping to rebuild with an eye to finally breaking the status quo. We also see many artists both in the Twin Cities and around the world channeling their energies into changing the system. As it has to, we will not accept the alternative.-With love, SooVAC Board and Staff

Below are links for ways you can help, we have tried to collect as many as possible though we're sure we have missed many. We'll continue to populate this page with outreach and support links as we find them or are made aware of them.

How to Help in Minneapolis (originally started by Mary Marks) with additions and updates ongoing...

RESOURCES:

 

STAY INFORMED ABOUT PROTESTS:

 

DONATE MONEY:

 

SUPPORT BLACK OWED BUSINESSES:

 

SUPPORT BLACK LED ARTS ORGANIZATIONS:

 

SUPPORT ADDITIONAL COMMUNITY NEED:

 

EDUCATION:

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SooVAC will be closed Until it is safe for our staff and community to return to a place of indoor gathering. We will update this with a specific date when we have one.

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