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    • 18 Feb 2020
    • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Summit Brewing Rathskellar | 910 Montreal Circle, St. Paul, MN 55102
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    Join us to learn about cyber security and threats to our elections from both a local and state perspective.  Minnesota Secretary of State Steve Simon will lead this discussion with Ramsey County Elections Manager Dave Triplett.

    WHEN | Tuesday, February 18, 2020, 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

    WHERE | Summit Brewing Rathskellar,910 Montreal Circle, St. Paul, MN 55102

    COST | This event is free!

    REGISTRATION | Registration is not required but it is appreciated.

    This program is the third in an LWVSP series designed to inform the local voting public on issues relevant to our city and its residents.


    • 02 Mar 2020
    • 6:15 PM
    • West 7th Community Center, 265 Oneida St. St. Paul

    The Evening LWV St. Paul book club meets on the first Monday of the month at 6:15 pm at the West 7th Community Center, 265 Oneida St. St. Paul. All are welcome to attend regardless of whether they have read the book that month. Please join us if you're interested!

    March's book will be: Educated by Tara Westover.


    • 11 Mar 2020
    • 10:15 AM
    • Sun Ray Library, 2105 Wilson Ave., St. Paul, MN 55119; 3M Room

    The LWV St. Paul book club meets on the second Wednesday of the month at 10:15 am at the Sun Ray Library, 2105 Wilson Ave. 55119. All are welcome to attend regardless of whether they have read the book that month. Please join us if you're interested!

    March's book is Empire of the Summer Moon: Quanah Parker and the Rise and Fall of the Comanches, the Most Powerful Indian Tribe in American History by S.C. Gwynne. The first story traces the rise and fall of the Comanches, the most powerful Indian tribe in American history. The second entails one of the most remarkable narratives ever to come out of the Old West: the epic saga of the pioneer woman Cynthia Ann Parker and her mixed-blood son Quanah, who became the last and greatest chief of the Comanches. Cheryl P. will lead discussion.

    • 06 Apr 2020
    • 6:15 PM
    • West 7th Community Center, 265 Oneida St. St. Paul

    The Evening LWV St. Paul book club meets on the first Monday of the month at 6:15 pm at the West 7th Community Center, 265 Oneida St. St. Paul. All are welcome to attend regardless of whether they have read the book that month. Please join us if you're interested!

    April's book will be: Hope in the Struggle: A Memoir by Josie Johnson with Carolyn Lee Holbrook and Arleta Marie Little. "How a Black woman from Texas became one of the most well-known civil rights activists in Minnesota, detailing seven remarkable decades of fighting for fairness in voting, housing, education, and employment."


    • 08 Apr 2020
    • 10:15 AM
    • Sun Ray Library, 2105 Wilson Ave., St. Paul, MN 55119; 3M Room

    The LWV St. Paul book club meets on the second Wednesday of the month at 10:15 am at the Sun Ray Library, 2105 Wilson Ave. 55119. All are welcome to attend regardless of whether they have read the book that month. Please join us if you're interested!

    April's book is Call Me American: A Memoir by Abdi Nor Iftin. Abdi loved the U.S. so much he became known around Mogadishu as Abdi American, but when the radical Islamist group al-Shabaab rose to power in 2006 Abdi was eventually forced to flee to Kenya. He won entrance to the U.S.  though his route to America did not come easily. Now a proud resident of Maine, his dramatic, deeply stirring memoir is truly a story for our time: a vivid reminder of why America still beckons to those looking to make a better life. Cheryl P. will lead discussion.

    • 04 May 2020
    • 6:15 PM
    • West 7th Community Center, 265 Oneida St. St. Paul

    The Evening LWV St. Paul book club meets on the first Monday of the month at 6:15 pm at the West 7th Community Center, 265 Oneida St. St. Paul. All are welcome to attend regardless of whether they have read the book that month. Please join us if you're interested!

    May's book will be: Climate Justice: Hope, Resilience, and the Fight for a Sustainable Future by Mary Robinson. A St. Paul Public Library "Red Brave: Our Climate Crisis" nonfiction selection. "Robinson gives voice to farmers, activists, and ordinary people worldwide who are facing the effects of the climate crisis with courage and innovation. Her book acknowledges the hardship and uncertainty environmental degradation has had on traditional ways of life and celebrates the resilience of people who have worked for sustainable solutions." 


    • 13 May 2020
    • 10:15 AM
    • Sun Ray Library, 2105 Wilson Ave., St. Paul, MN 55119; 3M Room

    The LWV St. Paul book club meets on the second Wednesday of the month at 10:15 am at the Sun Ray Library, 2105 Wilson Ave. 55119. All are welcome to attend regardless of whether they have read the book that month. Please join us if you're interested!

    May's book is The Fifth Risk by Michael Lewis. Lewis takes us into the engine rooms of a government under attack by its own leaders through willful ignorance. In Agriculture the funding of vital programs like food stamps and school lunches is being slashed. The Commerce Department may not have enough staff to conduct the 2020 Census properly. Over at Energy, where international nuclear risk is managed, it's not clear there will be enough inspectors to track and locate black market uranium before terrorists do. Claudia D. will lead discussion. 

    • 01 Jun 2020
    • 6:15 PM
    • West 7th Community Center, 265 Oneida St. St. Paul

    The Evening LWV St. Paul book club meets on the first Monday of the month at 6:15 pm at the West 7th Community Center, 265 Oneida St. St. Paul. All are welcome to attend regardless of whether they have read the book that month. Please join us if you're interested!

    June's book will be: Home Now: How 6000 Refugees Transformed an American Town  by Cynthia Anderson. "Like so many American factory town, Lewiston, Maine, thrived until its mill jobs disappeared and the young began leaving. But the story unexpectedly veered: over the course of fifteen years, the city became home to thousands of African immigrants and, along the way, turned into one of the most Muslim towns in the U.S. Now about 6,000 of Lewiston's 36,000 inhabitants are refugees and asylum seekers, many of them Somali. Cynthia Anderson tells the story of this fractious yet resilient city near where she grew up, offering the unfolding drama of a community's reinvention -- and humanizing some of the defining political issues in America today."


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