A recent UROC gallery installation honors victims of school and police shootings.
Nine writers with connections to North Minneapolis, and two musicians come together to share the stage at UROC as part of Minnesota Orchestra's "Common Chords" residency week in North Minneapolis. The event is free and open to the public.
Learn about summer 2018 activities for youth at UROC's annual Summer Resource Fair. Staff from organizations representing opportunities for youth — from sports to performing arts, small business ventures, and animal care experiences — will be on hand to answer questions about scholarship and registration.
Commissioned by the Minnesota State Legislature, UROC's Safe Harbor for All Strategic Planning Process Report identifies potential impacts of policy changes on the safety, health, dignity and justice for adults involved in transactional sex, including victims of trafficking, and exploitation.
UROC’s Critical Conversation series highlights how now-illegal racially-restrictive deeds continue to do harm.
UROC is sponsoring a series of statewide, community roundtables on the topic of intersections of sexual violence, domestic violence, and sex trafficking beginning Monday, November 26 in Morris. At Intersections of Sexual Violence, Domestic Violence and Sex Trafficking: Bringing the Community Together Around Prevention, participants will learn about the latest research findings and how to apply them in community contexts for collaboration and prevention. The roundtables kick off November 26 in Morris, Minnesota.