Together with the Lao Assistance Center of Minnesota (LACM), Southeast Asian Community Council (SEACC), and the People's Institute for Survival and Beyond, the Harrison Neighborhood Association (HNA) is acting as the lead organization in a four organization partnership working in North Minneapolis. The multi-cultural partnership with an Undoing Racism framework has led to HNA's organizational focus on racial and economic justice. Specifically, this project, the Responsive Listening Project assists cultural groups in identifying concerns and priorities in order to develop a collective agenda. The results of this project will be used to develop organizational priorities and focus organization staff time. HNA presents these findings from the focus groups not as a definitive measure of the community's opinions and priorities, but as one reading of the current community dynamic and individuals' concerns. This report identifies opinions and perceptions gathered during discussions among identified cultural groups. HNA has attempted to faithfully record and translate the community's views.
Conducted on behalf of the Harrison Neighborhood Association. Supported by Neighborhood Partnerships for Community Research (NPCR), a program of the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA), University of Minnesota.
Bridging Social Capital: Responsive Listening Project.
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