One Minneapolis

Goal: Disparities are eliminated so all Minneapolis residents can participate and prosper. Question: What do you think success looks like for the goal One Minneapolis?

One Minneapolis

Minneapolis Automobile Coalition

An automobile advocacy group needs to be created to advocate for a city where driving is encouraged, and the joy and broad public benefits of driving are supported.

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-37 votes
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(@andrewowen)

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Measure Equity of Access to Destinations

Accessibility metrics indicate how easily people can reach opportunities such as jobs, education, healthcare, and recreation. They reflect both transportation and land use investments and policies. The City should measure how accessibility to different types of opportunities varies throughout Minneapolis and identify critical accessibility gaps.

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19 votes
27 up votes
8 down votes
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Minneapolis Motorcycle Coalition

A motorcycle advocacy group needs to be created to advocate for a city where motorcycling is encouraged, and the joy and broad public benefits of motorcycling are supported.

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-6 votes
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Poverty in Minneapolis

A successful city should implement policies targeted at eliminating the inequity in who experiences poverty (there are differences by race, family status, age, veteran status, etc). To keep our city liveable for all, we should figure out the minimum income necessary to live in Minneapolis for a single person, family of four, and person who has retired, and keep that number in mind when designing programs and policies.... more »

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14 votes
21 up votes
7 down votes
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(@communitymember)

One Minneapolis

Use collective action to listen to and address the needs of minority and low-income communities.

The City needs to talk to cultural groups together and not segment them all the time. Bring back Mayor's Council so all underrepresented communities can sit with the Mayor together and communicate together instead of separately in City interactions.

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23 votes
26 up votes
3 down votes
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(@communitymember)

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Have the City of Minneapolis train its Neighborhood/Community Organizations in order to better serve its diverse neighborhoods

Look at eligibility criteria for loans from neighborhood/community organizations and councils, neighborhood/community organizations must be trained in working with different communities.

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25 votes
28 up votes
3 down votes
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Community policing in Mpls

There's a lack of trust - driven by fear and misunderstandings - between the Mpls police and the community it serves. This trust is a contributing factor to Mpls having one of the worst racial disparities in the US. It makes everyone - the community *and* the police - less safe and makes life difficult for folks who have run-ins with the law to bounce back to becoming a productive member of the community. It's an unfortunate... more »

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46 votes
52 up votes
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Sanctuary City

Minneapolis should uphold all federal, state, and municipal laws.

 

No person or group should be granted immunity from the law.

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12 up votes
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