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Minneapolis American Indian Center affirms its place in the neighborhood with huge renovation

 

A large-scale geometric mural by artist George Morrison overlooks an amphitheater near the intersection of Bloomington and Franklin Avenues on May 31, 2022. The Minneapolis American Indian Center is planning a major renovation. Melissa Olson | MPR News

The Minneapolis American Indian Center is closing at the start of this month in preparation for the first major renovation in its 47-year history.

Water dripping from the roof has become a steady stream over the past year. While a leaky roof demands quick attention, the call to renovate the building goes back to 2013.

That year, Mary LaGarde was hired as the center's Interim Director, a role she now holds permanently.

https://www.mprnews.org/story/2022/06/03/minneapolis-american-indian-center-affirms-its-place-in-the-neighborhood-with-huge-renovation

 

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