The Alliance for Metropolitan Stability is a coalition of grassroots organizations that advances racial, economic and environmental justice in growth and development patterns in the Twin Cities region.

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The Link: Growing Income Inequality in Black America

04/17/2014

Here is the latest edition of the Link: Growing Income Inequality in Black America.

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Organizer Profile: Meet Suyapa Miranda

04/17/2014

Meet Suyapa Miranda

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Intensified Attention to SWLRT and Equity

04/17/2014

Earlier this month, 100 people showed up for a forum on the proposed Southwest light rail transit. The forum, held at Summit Academy OIC, was called by U.S. Representative Keith Ellison. Ellison argues that the project has the potential to spur economic development and employ community residents.

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Organizer Roundtable: Organizing for Healthy Communities

Join the Alliance for our next Organizer Roundtable. Presenters will share what they are doing to make healthier communities. Be a part of the conversation to discuss ways in which policy change, targeted investment and cross-issue collaboration could strengthen current efforts to improve the health of all. 

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Advancing an Equity Agenda for the Twin Cities Region
05/31/2013

A CURA Reporter commentary by Neeraj Mehta and Tracy Babler explores how using an equity framework will provide disadvantaged communities access to opportunities such as housing, jobs, and education, thereby closing the racial gap that pervades the Twin Cities region.

 

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the latest newsletter

Common Ground: Winter 2013
12/23/2013

The winter 2013 of the Alliance’s newsletter, the Common Ground, tells powerful stories about our current issues and campaigns. It lifts up the work of our partner groups and shows how, together, we are creating opportunities to advance regional equity in the Twin Cities.

Read the electronic version of the Common Ground > 

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