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SEASONS OF GROWTH 2015 -16 ANNUAL REPORT


La Chiva Gantiva, Global Roots Festival, September 2015 Photo: Jon Behm


A MESSAGE FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Dear Friends,

ADRIENNE DORN Executive Director The Cedar Cultural Center

Emmy-award winning journalist and documentary film director Anisa Mehdi recently wrote an article for Islamic Monthly in which she mentions The Cedar by name as a powerful organization fostering unity through music. She says, “Arts bring people together at a time when it seems our world is splitting apart… connecting people consciously and subconsciously, with words and without. Propelling protest or building community, enraging audiences or bringing comfort, the arts infiltrate at a level that can only be defined as human.” Anisa’s words get to the heart of The Cedar’s mission and values. The Cedar’s past 27 years are a testament to the power of music to bring joy, healing, celebration, and connection into our lives and communities. We are now sharing music with more people in new ways, responding to the changing needs of the world around us. This past year was marked by particularly exciting growth.


Somali Museum Dance Troupe with Cedar Artist-in-Residence Dalmar Yare, Community Plaza Grand Opening, April 2016

Photo: Pat O’Loughlin


In our 27th season, 60,000 people came to more than 250 all-ages music events featuring local, national, and international musicians. Midnimo, our breakthrough program that promotes intercultural understanding through residencies with Somali artists, has now reached more than 12,500 people and is expanding into Mankato and St. Cloud. In April, we cut the ribbon on The Cedar’s Community Plaza, our brand new accessible outdoor space. In partnership with Brian Coyle Center, the Plaza now hosts a teen-driven coffee enterprise called Triple C and will be home to small concerts, neighborhood activities, and community gatherings. In the pages to follow, we’ve captured some highlights from the past year, from the excellent artists who graced our stage to the partners, volunteers, audiences, and supporters who make it all possible. Season after season, YOU keep The Cedar growing strong. Thank you for another amazing year! See you at The Cedar!

Adrienne Dorn


SUMMER

The Cedar has been all ages since it opened in 1989.

PARTNERS IN ACCESS

This year, we built a single-unit accessible restroom and renovated our fenced outdoor patio into an open plaza. These are the first of many efforts we have planned to improve the accessibility of our facility. We continue to work with partners to present off-site concerts that serve people with disabilities, an effort which earned The Cedar recognition as an Ally Business Partner of the Year in 2015.

“ ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES RARELY HAVE OPPORTUNITIES TO EXPERIENCE LIVE MUSIC. WE ARE SO GRATEFUL THAT THE CEDAR IS HELPING CHANGE THAT, ONE PERFORMANCE AT A TIME.” — Erika Schwichtenberg, Ally People Solutions


GOING THE DISTANCE

In 2015, The Cedar hosted artists from over 20 countries, and audiences ocked from all over to see them. In July, one family drove from Nebraska to see Tuareg guitarist Bombino!

SOO DHOWOW DALMAR AND HODAN!

That’s welcome in Somali! Singers Dalmar Yare and Hodan Abdirahman will be in residence at The Cedar for the next two years, supported by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation. Part of the new generation of Somali artists, Hodan and Dalmar are working on creative approaches to build demand for live music among Somali audiences. They rocked Mankato this past August, bringing live Somali music to Greater Minnesota.


FALL

Over 50% of The Cedar’s neighborhood residents are under age 25.

UNITING COMMUNITIES

Fall at The Cedar is our busiest season, and this year was no exception. We hosted more than 70 events including volunteer trainings, artist-led workshops, and live music performances reaching audiences of all ages and backgrounds. There’s no better way to unite communities than through live music!

Global

P o ot s We kicked off our 27th Season with our annual Global Roots Festival, four days of workshops, education programs, performances, and after parties featuring artists from Russia, South Korea, Estonia, Israel/Ethiopia, Somalia/USA, and Belgium. The Global Roots Festival is the only world music festival in the state, and it’s entirely free.


IT’S MARYAN’S WORLD

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COMMUNITY EVENTS CLASS VISITS

SOLD-OUT FINALE

Some call Maryan Mursal the James Brown of Somalia! From the moment she stepped off the plane from London, the legendary “Mother of Somalia” was followed by adoring fans and a crew of cameras. For two weeks, she was booked solid with workshops, discussions, and performances as part of The Cedar’s Midnimo program. During her finale performance, the lobby was crowded with people hoping to get a ticket to the sold-out show.

MINI-DOCUMENTARY

FOR THOUSANDS OF ADORING FANS!

Media Sponsor: Greenroom Magazine


WINTER

The Cedar presents hundreds of local artists and musicians each year.

LOCAL CONNECTION

Support for local and emerging artists is integral to The Cedar’s mission, and this winter, local artists stole the show! The Okee Dokee Brothers, Pert Near Sandstone, Malamanya, Dan Newton’s Cafe Accordion Orchestra, Paul Fonfara, and more, all performed on The Cedar’s stage.

DRONE ON

For the third year in a row, more than 50 local musical acts from all genres performed a continuous 28-hour drone called Drone Not Drones to raise awareness for the victims of war. The roster included Will Oldham (“Bonnie Prince Billy”), Martin Dosh, Alan Sparhawk of Low, and Paul Metzger. In The Cedar’s hall, chairs were replaced by pillows and blankets, and some dedicated fans camped all night. This year’s event raised nearly $4,000 for Doctors Without Borders!


“THIS COMMISSION STRENGTHENED MY RESOLVE TO BECOME A COMPOSER. IT WAS A BIG STEP, LIKE DIVING HEAD FIRST OFF OF A CLIFF.” — DeVon Gray, Cedar Commissions Artist

6 EMERGING ARTISTS

3 NIGHTS OF BRAND NEW MUSIC

OM M I S S I ONS The Cedar Commissions (formerly 416 Commissions) is The Cedar’s program for emerging artists supported by the Jerome Foundation. This year, our artists created new music exploring drought and abundance, mystic philosophy, and the concept of authorship, while combining various multimedia elements.


SPRING

The new Community Plaza is The Cedar's first major renovation in 30 years.

NEW GROWTH, OLD ROOTS

We continue to present the artists and musical styles that made The Cedar a leader in folk and traditional music. This past year included sold-out shows by singer-songwriters Iris DeMent and Greg Brown, Nordic string trio Väsen, and newcomers like The Lowest Pair. Our roots are strong and growing!

BEYOND OUR WALLS

We built The Cedar’s new Community Plaza in response to our neighborhood’s need for an outdoor gathering area and performance space. The Plaza is building bridges between generations and cultures through projects like Triple C, an outdoor coffee stand and job training program in partnership with Brian Coyle Center.


“WE KEEP IN TOUCH AND TRY TO HELP EACH OTHER.”

We are now bringing Midnimo to other parts of Minnesota, allowing Somalis and non-Somalis the chance to experience live Somali music for the first time.

— Jubba, discussing Somali music in the international diaspora. Now based in Toronto, Canada, Cedar fans welcomed him at the airport in true Somali tradition as he arrived for his Midnimo Residency in May.

Live music is an important part of Somali culture, but the civil war nearly destroyed this rich tradition. Jubba was a star of Waaberi Group, a government-sponsored music and dance troupe that flourished before the war. The Cedar’s Midnimo program brings musicians like Jubba to Minnesota to perform with full bands, and it’s reviving live Somali music.


STAFF

ADRIENNE DORN DAVE PAULSON FADUMO IBRAHIM GRACE EVENSON MARK JOHNSON MICHAEL LORD EMMY CARTER ALANA HORTON MJ GILMORE

Executive Director Director of Operations Program Manager Booking Coordinator Director of Events Assistant Director of Events Director of Development and Communications Marketing and Communications Coordinator Office Assistant

HOUSE MANAGERS

Sandy Jahn Kaitlyn Knapp Patrick Larkin Reed Turner Eli Wheeler Pete Wildberger

Rich Anderson Dan Beers Kristen Bothun Sue Eidem Alex Green

CONTRACT STAFF

HOUSE SOUND ENGINEERS

Chris Frymire

HOUSE SOUND ENGINEERS

Chris Frymire Eric Hohn Raymond Yates Tony Molinaro Aren Frymire

BOARD DIRECTORS BOARD OFOF DIRECTORS GALEN HERSEY – President

ROB SALMON – Vice President CHUCK TATSUDA – Secretary DAVID EDMINSTER – Treasurer ABDIRIZAK BIHI SARAH BOWMAN CHUCK CORLISS MICHELLE COURTRIGHT JILL DAWE

CONTRACT STAFF GALLO FALL GLEN HELGESON BRENT HICKMAN STEVEN R. KATZ CARI NESJE ROB NORDIN HUGH PRUITT MARY LAUREL TRUE

RESEARCH FELLOW

PRINT GRAPHICS

ARTIST COORDINATOR AND SOMALI COMMUNITY LIAISON

VIDEOGRAPHY

Mohamed Sallam Abdul Ibrahim

Diane Waller Gordon Byrd

TICKETING AND WEBSITE

TicketFly


VOLUNTEER - POWERED SINCE 1989

In 2015, volunteers donated over 9,800 hours to The Cedar. We are grateful for the time and talent of this family that keeps The Cedar going strong. Find information about volunteering on our website: thecedar.org/volunteer.


2015 FINANCIAL REPORT This condensed statement of operations and ďŹ nancial position is derived from the ďŹ nancial statements of The Cedar Cultural Center as of December 31, 2015, which have been audited by Olsen Thielen & Co., Ltd. The Cedar Cultural Center Condensed Statement of Financial Position December 31, 2015

Assets Cash Cash Restricted for Capital Contributions Receivable Inventories Prepaid Expense Net Property and Equipment Total Assets

2015

2014

$ 1,240,405

$ 1,150,997

$ $ $ $ $ $

158,172 8,163 448,037 7,301 5,325 613,407

$ $ $ $ $ $

232,301 229,200 436,363 5,932 5,900 241,301

Liabilities and Net Assets Accounts Payable Accrued Expenses Deferred Revenue Long-term Debt Unrestricted Net Assets Temporarily Restricted Assets

Total Liabilities and Net Assets

2015 $ $ $ $ $ $

12,745 54,479 1,301 246,622 459,088 466,170

$ 1,240,405

The Cedar Cultural Center Condensed Statement of Operations December 31, 2015 Revenue Contributions Admissions and Concessions Rental Income Miscellaneous Income

$ 1,121,600 $ 979,070 $ 54,645 $ 3,067

Change in Net Assets:

$

Total Revenue

$ 2,158,382 156,075

Expense Program Services Management and General Fundraising Capital Campaign Total Expense

$ 1,690,277 $ 86,664 $ 132,879 $ 92,487 $2,002,307

2014

$ $ $ $ $ $

44,692 66,729 5,870 264,523 35,416 733,767

$ 1,150,997


A YEAR OF STRONG GROWTH Total Revenue: $2,158,382

Total Expense: $2,002,307 Fundraising 7%

Rental Income 3%

Contributions 52%

Management and General 4%

Admissions and Concessions 45%

Capital Campaign 5%

Program Services 84%

Change in Net Assets: $156,075


CEDAR SUPPORTERS THE CEDAR WOULD LIKE TO ACKNOWLEDGE THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUALS FOR THEIR SUPPORT * Includes Capital Gifts

2016

$20,000+

$500 - $999

$10,000 -$19,999

$250- $499

* * * *

Anonymous Michael and Karel Helgeson Robert Nordin and Nancy Kosciolek Bruce Schneier and Karen Cooper, Cooper Schneier Fund of The Minneapolis Foundation * Rob Simonds and Karen Margolis

Anonymous * Galen Hersey and Darcy Sudderth * Nicholson Family Foundation, Ford and Catherine Nicholson Fund

$2,500 -$9,999 * * * * *

David Edminster Cari and Nathan Nesje Rob and Carol Salmon David and Susan Sanborn Chuck and Jennifer Tatsuda

$1,000 -$2,499

BECOME A CEDAR SUPPORTER!

You can make your donation online at donations.thecedar.org or call Emmy Carter at 612-338-2674 x 103

Anonymous * Russell Cowles * Charlotte Forsythe Ron and Anne Hoffman Family Fund of The Minneapolis Foundation Joe Hoopman * Steve Katz and Jennifer Leopold * Hugh Pruitt and Fariba Sanikhatam Kevin and Sarah Shriver Family Fund of The Minneapolis Foundation

Jill Dawe Mark Gilberstadt Sandra and Gary Jahn Steven Kerbaugh Nancy Molenda Scott Nieman Shannon Petersen

Karen Collyard Adrienne Dorn Patrick Dougherty Jim Howitt Erik Lillestol Christine Rose Nelson * Stephen Parliament and Laurie Broome Mary Laurel True

$100 - $249

Allison La Pointe Keith Lee Karen and Douglas McElrath Jesse Okie Roy Parks Daniel Pinkerton and Jane Johnston * Toby Rapson George C. and Karen L. Rosar Jennifer Sippel and Jonathan Colville Julia Tabbut Kim Thingvold Thomas Vellenga, in memory of Lou Just Frank Wilkinson Mary Lou Wilm

Todd and Allyson Aldrich Family Charitable Fund Christopher Berry Kathryn Biederwolf Dustin Cahill Emmy Carter David Drealan John DuCane Ken and Mary Gleason Kathryn Hudak John Kelly


CEDAR SUPPORTERS 2015

$20,000+ * * * *

Anonymous Michael and Karel Helgeson Robert Nordin and Nancy Kosciolek Bruce Schneier and Karen Cooper, Cooper Schneier Fund of The Minneapolis Foundation * Rob Simonds and Karen Margolis

$10,000- $19,999

* Anonymous (2) * Creative Endeavors Fund of the Central Minnesota Community Foundation * Galen Hersey and Darcy Sudderth

$2,500- $9,999

Michelle Courtright and Bazak Sharon * David Edminster Craig Futterer and Terri Simard * Nicholson Family Foundation, Ford and Catherine Nicholson Fund * Cari and Nathan Nesje * Rob and Carol Salmon * David and Susan Sanborn * Chuck and Jennifer Tatsuda

$1,000 -$2,499

Anonymous (2) Anonymous, in honor of Adrienne Dorn

Chuck Corliss * Russell Cowles * Charlotte Forsythe Mark Gilberstadt Stephanie and Jerry Gilman Stefan and Lonnie Helgeson Don Helgeson and Sue Shepard Joe Hoopman Benjamin Jacobson Marcia Leatham Joanna Lees Stan and Marcy Mros Rick and Jan Neville * Hugh Pruitt and Fariba Sanikhatam Anne and Matthew Schuerger Neil Winston, in memory of Elizabeth Winston

$500- $999

Nicole and Dan Beers Kristen Bothun Jill Dawe Mark and Janet Ditter Everett Forte Chris Frymire Tom Hatch and Stacy Mattingly Brent Hickman Charlie Hicks and Vicky Sherman Sandra and Gary Jahn

CEDAR SUPPORTERS Steve Katz and Jennifer Leopold Dave and Joyce Lasecke David Michael Nancy Molenda Scott Nieman Shannon Petersen Fred Quirsfeld and Linda Campbell Andrew and Lana Slavitt Scott Vankoughnett Diane Waller Wittenberg/Strauss Family

$250- $499

Michael Ashworth Gene and Barb Case Bernadette N. and Paul R. Christiansen Terrance and Laurie Christiansen Karen Collyard Arne and Jessica Cook Kirk Dann Adrienne Dorn Benjamin Goldfarb Monica Gross Jim Howitt Heather and Je Ilse Edmund Kelley and Dawn Hofstrand Sharon Kunau Jeanne Lakso and Randy Kemper Erik Lillestol

Kita McVay Robert Meisel Patricia Mulcahy Sotero Muniz-James Christine Rose Nelson Kevin Palmer * Stephen Parliament and Laurie Broome Laurie Pohlman Carolyn H. Roby Colleen and David Schuller Barbara Blanche Sibley Lee Skold Andy Tso Andrew Tucker Paul Vick Tom Von Sternberg and Eve Parker Mary Laurel True

$100-$249

Anonymous Mohamed Abdi Todd and Allyson Aldrich Family Charitable Fund Daniel Alms Janet Anderson Sandra and Richard Anderson Nancy Andrews John Anthonisen Karen and Gary Bartig

BECOME A CEDAR SUPPORTER! You can make your donation online at donations.thecedar.org or call Emmy Carter at 612-338-2674 x 103


CEDAR SUPPORTERS Susan Bedor Shayna Berkowitz and Phyllis Wiener James Bialke Joan Bibelhausen and Neal Dimick Kathryn Biederwolf Andy Blackwood Julie Bluhm and Stephen Gumnit Janet and John Bohan David Boudreau Mark and Jenna Brouwer Steve Bye Dustin Cahill Candace Campbell Emmy Carter Kathe Connair Ann Curoe Larry Cutler Patricia Dahlen Peter and Susan DeMaris David and Kathy Dillon Robert and Susan Donsker Kevin and Elizabeth Dooley Charles and Wanda Dorn Peter Doughty, in memory of Curtis Sloan Christine Eickhoff Sue and Chris Eidem Paul Epton L. Peter and Karen Erickson Elaine Eschenbacher

Bob and Mary Ann Evander Gordon Fink Mary Finley Katie and Rick Fournier, in honor of Ming Yee Li and Drew Wylie Olivia Gault Janice Gepner and Eric Newman Cindy and Thom Gerst Tom Gilde and Mary Orr Christopher Gliedman Ron and Dana Goodman Gail Graham Loren and Mary Ann Gross Jack Grothe James Hamilton William Hamlin, in honor of Hoppo Palmer Harbison Myra Hartman Thomas Hiendlmayr and Jan Ormasa Lisa Hinz and Stuart MacDonald Nicholas Horton Tim Houlihan Bruce Hubbard Kathryn Hudak Delle Jacobs and Oliver Dougherty Ron Jensen and Judy Ostendorff Mark Johnson

Kathy Jursik and Chris Dronen Aaron and Jessica Myers Stuart and Penny Katz John Myott John Kelly Eva Neubeck and Laurie Lussier Curtis Klotz Ellen and John Nyberg Bernadette and Barry Koffman Gary and Mary O’Brien John Kohring Judy Olsen and Myke Rachu Carla Korb and Tom Surowicz Dan Parnell Robert Kost Cheryl Paullin Joan Krikava and Jim Bodine Dave Paulson and Teresa Sutton Allison La Pointe Stuart Pemberton and Anne Lippin Karla Larsen and Ken Bearman Mike Pengra and Laura Syverson Rebecca Latner Camille Peschken, in memory of John Peschken Keith Lee Daniel Pinkerton and Jane Johnston Karl Leslie Megan Powers John Levy Rita Quigley Jonathan Lewis James Raines, John and Searcy Lillehei in honor of Kenneth Carter John Macke, in memory of Curtis Sloan * Toby Rapson Brian and Debbie Madson Sarah Peet Renner, in memory of Michael Renner David C. Mahoney and M. Lisa Whitehill Claude and Laurel Riedel Ronald Marquis and Lois Carolan Louise Robinson and Neal Cuthbert Stuart McLean George C. and Karen L. Rosar Susan Meyers Kent and Betsy Rossi Robert and Suzanne Meyerson Linda Rost Michael Miller The Rubinyi’s Susan Mitchell Maureen and Gordon Rudd Curtis Moe Dr. and Mrs. David J. Schmeling Thomas Mueller Lyle and Peggy Schmidtke Eric Muschler and Karen Lundegaard

BECOME A CEDAR SUPPORTER! You can make your donation online at donations.thecedar.org or call Emmy Carter at 612-338-2674 x 103


BUSINESS AND FOUNDATION PARTNERS Susan Sentieri Maureen Shannon and Ray Conroe David Simonett Angie Simonson and Tony Drollinger Robert Stacke Dennis Stephens Jennifer Stewart Wendy and John Strachota Jan Adams Stroup and Mary Jean Korsmo Steven Swanson Julia Tabbut Lee Thomas and Bryan Bick Matt Tillotson and Deb Liang Mark and Mary Van Note Wes and Maureen Vanek Bryan Wakat John Walker and Valerie Tiberius Laura Walsh and Marie Burnett John Ward Susan and Robert Warde Andrew Wilson Josie Winship Charlie and Suzann Wright, in honor of John Peschken List current as of July 11, 2016. Contact Emmy Carter at ecarter@thecedar.org with any questions.

THE CEDAR WOULD LIKE TO ACKNOWLEDGE THE FOLLOWING PARTNERS FOR THEIR SUPPORT * Includes Capital Gifts

*

* * *

Aetna Foundation AmazonSmile Foundation Ameriprise Financial Apple Matching Gifts Program Arts Midwest Touring Fund Association of Performing Arts Presenters with Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art Barbro Osher Pro Suecia Foundation Best Buy Match Program Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota Foundation Carl and Eloise Pohlad Family Foundation Carolyn Foundation Central Corridor Funders Collaborative City of Minneapolis Great Streets Program City of Minneapolis Transit Oriented Development CoBank Doris Duke Charitable Foundation Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Arts Elmer L. and Eleanor J. Andersen Foundation

* General Mills Foundation Gift Matching Program * James B. Linsmayer Foundation Jerome Foundation * Land O’Lakes Foundation * Marbrook Foundation * McKnight Foundation Medtronic Foundation Minnesota State Arts Board Nash Foundation National Endowment for the Arts Rosemary and David Good Family Foundation Saint Paul Travelers Seward Community Fund Still Ain’t Satisfied: A Foundation with Attitude Target The Estee Lauder Companies The Youth Philanthropy Fund of the Minneapolis Foundation Thomson Reuters * U.S. Bank Foundation * University District Alliance University of Minnesota Office for Public Engagement * U of M Good Neighbor Fund/MN Vikings Partnership Fund Venture Solutions * VSA Minnesota * WEM Foundation West Bank Business Association Xcel Energy


THANK YOU TO ALL CEDAR DONORS! SEASON AFTER SEASON, YOUR ARTISTS FEATURED IN THESE PAGES:

LA CHIVA GANTIVA SOMALI MUSEUM DANCE TROUPE DALMAR YARE CALAMITY AND THE OWL BOMBINO HODAN ABDIRAHMAN AND DALMAR YARE ESTER RADA OTAVA YO MARYAN MURSAL DRONE NOT DRONES DEVON GRAY VÄSEN IRIS DEMENT GREG BROWN JUBBA

Photographers: Jon Behm, Pat O’Loughlin, Cedar Staff, Lifeworks Services, Inc. (Calamity and the Owl), Greenroom Magazine (Maryan Mursal), Mia Marin (Väsen), Liban Hussein (Jubba), and artist press photos (Bombino, Iris DeMent, and Greg Brown)

BECOME A CEDAR SUPPORTER!

You can make your donation online at donations.thecedar.org or call Emmy Carter at 612-338-2674 x 103

GENERAL OPERATING, MIDNIMO AND PROGRAM SUPPORT PROVIDED BY:

!"#$%&'()*"!$+,-(./!),( ® This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts Board Operating Support grant, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund, and a grant from the Wells Fargo Foundation Minnesota.

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.

This project is made possible in part by a grant from the Association of Performing Arts Presenters; Building Bridges: Campus Community Engagement Grants Program, a component of the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art.

FOUNDATION

COMMUNITY FUND


R SUPPORT KEEPS US GROWING STRONG! The presentation of Maryan Mursal is supported by the Arts Midwest Touring Fund, a program of Arts Midwest that is funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, with additional contributions from Minnesota State Arts Board, the Crane Group and General Mills Foundation.

CEDAR COMMISSIONS:

GLOBAL ROOTS FESTIVAL:

Additional support provided by James B. Linsmayer Foundation, Carolyn Foundation, Marbrook Foundation, Nash Foundation, Elmer L. and Eleanor J. Andersen Foundation, and Still Ain’t Satisfied: A Foundation with Attitude. CAPITAL AND SPECIAL PROJECT SUPPORT PROVIDED BY:

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612 Youth Engagement Project, Youth Philanthropy Fund of The Minneapolis Foundation

Additional support provided by WEM Foundation, University District Alliance, University of Minnesota Good Neighbor Fund /MN Vikings Partnership, James B. Linsmayer Foundation, Marbrook Foundation, and University of Minnesota Office for Public Engagement.


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