Mni-sota is built on the stolen land of the Anishinaabe and Dakota people, and we honor them as stewards past and present. We acknowledge the deep inequity in systems and relationships of power. We recognize indigenous interests and their determination over the land upon which our homes, cities, and suburbs have been built. Under these conditions we defend Treaties and support the Sovereignty of Tribal Nations and their citizens. We recognize that our survival depends on creating solutions that benefit all people, on building connections and healthy relationships between our movements, and restoring healthy connections to the land on which we depend.
Transportation Map and Info
If you choose to drive there is parking nearby. Here is an interactive Parking Map
Severe Weather Closing
Impact Hub MSP will always make an effort to remain open during severe weather. In case of severe weather, the staff will determine if Impact Hub will be closed all day, open late, or close early. We typically will follow Minneapolis Public Schools decisions.
The change in schedule will be posted on the Impact Hub MSP slack channel, on our official Facebook page, and an email will go out to all members.
If it becomes necessary to close the Impact Hub due to severe weather after members have arrived for the day, staff will notify members as soon as the decision has been made.