Friday's rally - organized by the Greater Mankato Diversity Council, Indivisible St. Peter/Greater Mankato and YWCA Mankato among others - brought multiple facets of the community together to work towards a racially equitable society and ending injustice.
Twelve students are signed up for the camp, which helps students learn more about the American Indian culture. The camp kicked off last week and is underway again beginning today through Thursday. Due to COVID-19, the instructors were forced to adapt to a virtual format.
The arts center adopted a COVID-19 preparedness plan and is creating a more spacious gallery for works to be viewed safely. The gallery also includes signage to encourage social distancing and a guide on-staff to direct gallery viewers.