News By Category: Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

This year’s contest theme is “Allyship,” and students are asked to build on Dr King’s passion and leadership to answer the question “What does it mean to be a good ally in the world today?” Submissions are due Dec 1, 4 pm. Read More

The deadline to the apply for the Noah Joynes Youth Recreation Fund is a little over one month away. Applications can be found on the City website. Read More

Golden Valley Mayor Shep Harris was featured as a guest on Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) News with Angela Davis Thur, Nov 5 to discuss the positive steps that Golden Valley is taking to address racial inequality and equity. Read More

The Golden Valley Human Rights Commission is sponsoring multiple programs through Robbinsdale Schools Community Education, and residents are encouraged to sign up and participate.

Read More

To bring the conversation of human rights to a younger audience, the Golden Valley Human Rights Commission has expanded its annual Martin Luther King Human Rights Contest to accept submissions from students in grades K–12. All students who live in Golden Valley, attend a school in Golden Valley, or attend a Robbinsdale Area District or Hopkins District school. Read More

Golden Valley Mayor Shep Harris will be a guest on Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) News with Angela Davis Thur, Nov 5, 11 am–noon, to discuss the positive steps some suburbs, like Golden Valley, are taking to address racial inequality and equity. Read More

The Noah Joynes Youth Recreation Fund is now accepting applications from local organizations that support youth-focused services, recreation programs, and facilities in Golden Valley. Established in 2020 by the Joynes family to celebrate the life of Noah Joynes, one priority of Noah’s Fund is to support the improvement or addition of community youth recreation facilities. Read More

The City is encouraging residents to apply for its new Police Commission Task Force before the deadline Oct 19, 2020. Read More

The Golden Valley Human Rights Commissions has partnered with Robbinsdale Schools Community Education to sponsor a few of its upcoming programs. Residents are encouraged to sign up and participate.

Read More

To bring the conversation of human rights to a younger audience, the Golden Valley Human Rights Commission has expanded its annual Martin Luther King Human Rights Contest to accept submissions from all grade levels, K–12. The deadline to enter is Dec 1, 2020 and winners will be announced Dec 10, 2020. K–5 and 6–12 winners will receive a cash prize. Read More