ABOUT 38TH STREET UNITED
38th Street United (38SU) aims to support and encourage all initiatives that can contribute to community healing, health, equity, and justice in all of its forms along and near the 38th Street corridor.
Partners in the coalition understand that the community’s diversity will result in a variety of groups and efforts working simultaneously to further community health. As a result, 38SU will continually look for opportunities to partner, align, and support the efforts of other organizations, coalitions, and individuals who see their work as part or separate from this effort.
In service of unifying the many community-building efforts occurring along and near 38th Street, the 38SU will work together to catalog, amplify, and resource the people, places, and efforts that aim to contribute to healing, equity, growth, and health along the 38th Street corridor.
The people, places, policies, and programs that serve the 38th Street corridor, and nearby community, will reduce systemic cultural inequities, and strengthen all social determinants of health in the area by being adequately resourced.
Photo By David Pierini
Equity, justice, and healing is essential and more than a movement.
Community voices and action are the key to deepening community health.
Improving community health among all marginalized communities guides our work.
Who's at the table...
organizations, coalitions, community leaders, residents, and business owners
Council Vice President Jenkins, Ward 8 City Council Office
Zoe Bourgerie, Ward 8 City Council Office
Deebaa Sirdar, Ward 8 City Council Office
Alicia D. Smith, Corcoran Neighborhood Organization
Carmen Means, Central Area Neighborhood Development Organization
Dan Coleman, Fifth Third Properties
PJ Hill, Bryant Resident
Anthony Taylor, Cultural Wellness Center
Jamie Schumacher, LISC Twin Cities
Julia Holtemeyer, Powderhorn Resident
Tabitha Montgomery, Powderhorn Park Neighborhood Association