History for the Future

History for the Future

EXPLORING HISTORIES OF MUTUAL AID

TO ASK HOW WE CAN BUILD RADICAL FUTURES

Join us for an evening of live performances! This Soul Food Monologues performance will take place in-person, outdoors, at the outdoor space next to Moon Palace Books in Longfellow Minneapolis. 

May 19rd, 2021 || 7pm CST

Free Registration HERE

Ladies Mutual Aid Society, 19xx, Image from the Minnesota Historical Society Collections.

Snapshots of our research at the Minnesota Historical Society, the Hennepin History Museum, and the Hennepin County Digital Collections. Archival materials include photographs, letters, maps, and organization statements.

Open lot at Moon Palace Books

Check out our process blog featuring reflections on exhibitions development, programming, and plans for the future.

History for the Future

A public history initiative based in the Twin Cities.

A series of free public workshops facilitated by local educators, organizers, and artists will use archives of mutual aid to explore themes of radical community care and collectively imagine radical futures. The conversations and digital media created in this event series will be brought together for an outdoor public exhibition in May, 2021.