The Alliance for Metropolitan Stability is a coalition of grassroots organizations that advances racial, economic and environmental justice in growth and development patterns in the Twin Cities region.

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Equity in Place

Equity in Place is a diverse group of strategic partners from place-based, housing, and advocacy organizations that believe that everyone in the Twin Cities region deserves to live where they want to live and have access to opportunity.

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the latest news

The Link: Southwest LRT is Moving Forward and More!

Check out our latest edition of the Link. It highlights the funding sources being pulled together to move Southwest LRT forward. 

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The Link: Red Lake Band Plans Affordable Housing for Tribal Members

Check out our latest edition of the Link. 

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Rescuing Transit One Line at a Time

Despite strong support from the business community and local elected officials, the Metropolitan Council announced Monday that the Southwest Light Rail Transit (SWLRT) project has incurred $19 million in cost delays. Those costs will increase each week that the final local funding is not secured. 

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The Link: North Minneapolis Expanding Food Systems through Agriculture and More

Here is our latest edition of the Link: North Minneapolis Expanding Food Systems through Agriculture and More.

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upcoming events

Transformative Equitable Development series: Inclusive Hiring, Procurement and DBE Goals

Join the Alliance for the sixth session in our Transformative Equitable Development series, where presenters will talk about inclusive hiring, procurement, and DBE goals. 

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featured resource

Annual Report 2014 (11/19/2015)

At the Alliance, we are committed to advancing equity throughout the Twin Cities region. We apply a racial, economic, and environmental justice lens in our work because we see the interconnectedness between the outcomes that these issues produce. We believe that the disinvestment that communities of color experience as a result of racism cannot be separated from the lack of employment opportunities, inability to build wealth, inadequate transportation connections, climate change or lack of access to affordable housing and healthy food options. This is why we aim to work at the intersection of these issues, understanding that a holistic approach to equity will lead to a more vibrant region.

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