The Rev. Mpho Tutu, Naomi Tutu, and Thandeka Tutu-Gxashe — daughters of renowned South African social rights activist Archbishop Desmond Tutu— were the featured guests at UROC's "Trauma, Faith, and Healing in the Community." Learn more...
Through research and action, and critical conversations, University of Minnesota researcher Lauren Martin is working to put an end to sex trafficking in Minneapolis. Learn more...
UROC serves as a bridge for scholars to Minneapolis' north side. A UROC workshop connected scholars with community leaders, organizations and northside landmarks. Learn more...
Recent UROC Critical Conversations with South Africa's Tutu Sisters. How faith, consensus-building, and communal reconciliation can heal community spirit. More info ...
The Impact of Sex Trafficking (UROC Critical Conversations resource): download a conversation kit to continue the discussion of sex trafficking and community health.
In the Gallery
2013 U.S. Congressional Arts Competition:
Visual Arts from High School Students in Minnesota’s Fifth Congressional District
More than 50 paintings, photos, and prints by high school students in Minnesota's Fifth Congressional District.
Gallery hours: Monday though Friday,
8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.