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Welcome to the Minnesota chapter of the National Association for Multicultural Education (MN-NAME). We are a non-profit organization comprised of educators, activists, parents, non-profit folks, and others committed to equity, social justice, and multicultural education.


Upcoming Events

Annual, "Insisting on Equity" Conference

Registration is now open! 


Saturday, October 15, 2016
Washington Technology Magnet
1495 Rice Street
Saint Paul, MN 55117

PAST Events

Muslim Student Voices: Supporting Students in the Current Climate

Students from Hopkins High School's Muslim Student Association and other panel members spoke about their experiences, and offered ideas about how educators can create and maintain welcome learning environments for Muslim students. 

Thank you to all that participated and attended this powerful event. 

Learn more about our past events by clicking HERE 

About MN-NAME

Purpose
As a chapter of the National Association for Multicultural Education, MN-NAME has been organized to operate exclusively for charitable, benevolent, literary, cultural, and educational purposes, including but not limited to: advancing a philosophy of inclusivity that embraces the basic tenets of cultural pluralism; promoting cultural and ethnic diversity as a regional, national, and global strength; fostering equity and justice for all regardless of culture, ethnicity, race, language, age, sex, gender, (dis)ability, religion, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic status; promoting professional and social exchanges between people from all academic disciplines and diverse educational institutions and occupations who advocate for multicultural education; and representing and addressing the needs of the multicultural education community.

Mission
MN-NAME is dedicated to ensuring the full academic potential of every learner by 1) fostering a network through which educators and other supporters of multicultural education can share knowledge and resources; 2) providing and supporting educational opportunities that facilitate professional growth and critical consciousness in educators and the wider community; and 3) advocating for educational equity and social justice.