Union of Minority Neighborhoods organizes and trains people of color and low-income people to end discriminatory policies and practices that limit our access to political, economic and social power
UMN awardees Attorney General Healey, Sen. Eldridge and Linda Dorcena Forry with Horace Small and Howard Rye Fellows
We are Finalists!
We just got the amazing news that UMN is a finalist for the “ThinkSo” annual give a brand project. We are one of five finalists for $50,000 worth of rebranding! The group with the most votes wins.
You can help. It’s easy.
Every day, once a day from now to June 11, just click on this link and vote for UMN:
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Just cut and paste and spread the word through your social media platforms (or email). 10 minutes, tops.
Won’t you help? Vote once a day, every day if possible.
What YOU Can DoTo Help Get Black People Out to Vote in 2020
Click on one of the documents below to find out!
Get to know the presidential candidates
Now hear this!
Black voters have power.
What do you want?
You think voting doesn’t matter? The Trump administration is planning to roll back Obama-era policies aimed at ensuring minority children are not unfairly disciplined.