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As they do every day, volunteers from 2.4 Ministires served breakfast for the homeless at The Salvation Army’s Harbor Light Center in Minneapolis on Thanksgiving Day. In addition to serving up fellowship, as well as grits, oatmeal, cold cereal, coffee, milk and water, on Thanksgiving, volunteers also handed out hygiene kits packed by a local Eagle Scout. The kits include soap, shampoo, socks, deodorant, and other hygiene items.
KARE 11 Sunrise ran a story about the morning's activities during its show on Thursday, November 24th.
Thank you to everyone who donated to our very successful Give to the Max Day campaign for Sigma's Bookshelf on November 17. We came very close to reaching our goal of raising $5,000. If you haven't contributed yet, but would like to, our GiveMN page can be accessed here: www.SigmasBookshelf.com/Donate
Since its founding in 2016, the company has published 20 teen authored books. All services required to bring books to market are provided 100% free for the teens whose books are selected for publication by unpaid volunteers, including myself and my husband, Jamie. All monies donated go directly towards covering project expenses.
Sigma’s Bookshelf is a project of Springboard for the Arts, a nonprofit arts services organization. Donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. Thank you for your support!
One of the ways an artist knows they have made it is when their work has been selected to appear at a high profile gallery. Another is when they are recognized with a prestigious award.
She is only 23, but Minneapolis artist and feminist Zoe Mae Huot-Link already has many accomplishments under her belt. Her work is going to be on display at the University of Minnesota’s Coffman Art Gallery from November 17, 2022 to January 22, 2023. A special grand opening celebration was held the evening of November 17, and a preview story about the opening aired on KSTP television's 4 p.m. newscast on November 16. Congratulations Zoe!
Learn more about Zoe's work on her website, Zoemae.art.
One of the best ways to grow the audience for your books is to take the show on the road, and that's what Diverse Voices Press did the week of November 15, 2022. The company's co-founders, Hudda Ibrahim and Abdi Mahad, were invited to present at the Marshall-Lyon County Public Library the evening of November 16. There, Hudda led a workshop on diversity and inclusion, sharing with the audience how to recognize their own implicit biases, and then overcome them so they can be more welcoming of people who are different from themselves.
On November 17, both Hudda and Abdi Mahad read their children's books to 2nd, 3rd and 4th graders at Southview Elementary in Marshall. Hudda read What Color is My Hijab? and Lula Wants to Wear A Badge, which are both career books featuring little girls wearing their hijabs. Abdi read from his book, The ABCs of Affirmations: Help Kids Be All They Can Be.
To learn more about their company, or purchase any of the available books, go to DiverseVoicesPress.com.