“Our most urgent task, then, is to restore the imagination to its rightful place at the center of our being. That’s the rich soil from which vision and strategy emerge.”
“Our most urgent task, then, is to restore the imagination to its rightful place at the center of our being. That’s the rich soil from which vision and strategy emerge.” – Ricardo Levins Morales
Beloved Twin Cities organizer, agitator, and artist Ricardo Levins Morales works at the intersection of art and social movement making, offering love, insight, mischief, and humor as collective tools for liberation. As a nationally recognized political artist and writer, Ricardo has nurtured a generation of artists and activists who insist on seeing the world through a lens of connection and interdependence. We are thrilled to welcome Ricardo as our guest for September’s KaleoExpress, and we invite you to an intimate conversation with Ricardo about practices of healing, shared imagination, and the scope of change required of us in these times.
Join us for coffee, bagels, and other breakfast treats at 8:30 AM. Program starts at 9 AM. This KaleoExpress workshop is free, as always, but please register so we know how much food to bring.
(Thursday) 9:00 am - 10:45 am
SpringHouse Ministry Center
610 W 28th St, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Kaleo Center for Faith, Justice and Social Transformation