MNIPL Climate Justice Night at the Museum
March 5 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
We’re excited to announce that our 2020 fundraiser will be held March 5th at the Science Museum in St. Paul!
This will be a joyful night of speakers, music, and dance – celebrating our collective progress and supporting our mission to build a powerful interfaith climate movement. Guests will have the opportunity to view Science Museum exhibits, and we’ll gather in the upstairs Elements Café for a meal and inspiring program.
Thanks to the generous support of the Science Museum, guests will receive a complimentary museum admission pass for a future visit, including an Omnitheater ticket for Ancient Caves.
Our program will feature:
- Dr. Raj Sethuraju, Metro State University, emcee
- Louis Alemayehu, poet, educator, and MNIPL Board member
- Analyah Schlaeger dos Santos, MNIPL staff member
- Robert Klanderud, Dakota/Lakota elder and educator
- Tiyumba Drum & Dance
- and more to come!
Over the past year, we’ve grown the moral movement for climate action – training hundreds of people to organize in their communities, convening powerful interfaith gatherings in partnership with Indigenous allies, and actively building the just renewable energy system we envision.
The year ahead is vitally important for our movement, and our key theme will be Prioritize Climate 2020, working to make climate justice a central election issue. We’ll be mobilizing faith communities for an unprecedented week of climate action on the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day, while bringing renewed interfaith presence to the movement to stop the Line 3 pipeline, and much more.
Ticket prices are discounted through February 7th:
- Early Bird Tickets $70 (through February 7th)
- General Admission $80 (February 8th – March 5th)
Last year we sold out a month in advance, so be sure to get your tickets early!
Whether you’re new to the organization or deeply involved, we welcome you to join in this lively and inspiring night.
If you’d like to come and need assistance to cover the cost, let us know. Contact [email protected]