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The Secret March

October 8, 2020
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Past Events
  • “March For Mothers”

    Sunday, July 12, 2020, at 12 p.m

    10K and a coalition of organizations gathered at University and Dale in St. Paul with the Mothers of those who have fallen to police violence. Families from accross the country came together to stand for their fallen loved once and march on the Minnesota State Capital in search of Justice.

  • “Black 4th” March

    Saturday, June 25, 2020

    The 10K Foundation observed the 4th of July in a manner fitting for the true spirit of the Holiday. The 4th of July is a day of independence, yet that independence still to this day does not fully apply to all people of all skin colors. To raise awareness to this truth, a silent march was held.

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  • “Black Pride” Weekend

    Saturday, June 25, 2020

    10K Foundation team kicked off a weekend of service and solidarity with the pride community by passing out over 100,000 popsicles in North Minneapolis, in partnership with the Sanneh Foundation. Later that day, 10K marched through downtown Minneapolis with the Women’s March. The night was capped off with a 10K block party in uptown

    On Sunday morning, 10K stood in solidarity with the LGBTQ community at a beautifully orchestrated pride parade and pride fest in Loring park. After passing out nearly 200 Black Pride t-shirts and another pallet full of popsicles, the weekend was bookended with the Floyd Fest, co-hosted by 10K, featuring local vendors, voter registration, and performances by local artists.

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  • “Free North” March

    Saturday, June 13, 2020, at 4 p.m.

    Starting at U.S. Bank Stadium, about 1,500 marched past First Avenue to continue drawing attention to racial injustice and police brutality and to honor the memory of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and all those who have lost their lives at the hands of the police. 

    The diverse crowd marched along security cars and bikes while chanting and singing. Despite the smaller crowd compared to previous marches, Saturday’s “Free North” March felt even more cohesive as everyone as able to hear the organizers and join in the calls for justice. At the end of the March, protesters celebrated together with food trucks, music, speakers and fireworks. 

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  • “Unfinished Business” March

    Friday, June 5, 2020, at 4 p.m

    20,000 people marched peacefully from US Bank Stadium to the place of George Floyd’s death, 38th and Chicago,  Minneapolis, MN, to honor his memory and to continue the fight for justice and sovereignty. The mission of the 10K “Unfinished Business” March was to create a peaceful and safe environment for people to protest after the 10K “No Bail” March was violently interrupted by a speeding gas truck on March 31, 2020. 

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  • “No Bail” March

    Sunday, May 31, 2020, at 1:45 p.m.

    The mission of the 10K “No Bail” March was to give protesters a positive and peaceful place to seek justice. At 2:15 p.m. community leaders and activists spoke to the crowd about the peaceful mission of the march and emphasized the importance of responsibility and accountability. Within an hour, tens of thousands of protesters marched from U.S. Bank Stadium to I-35W, while passing the Government Center and marching over the Hennepin Avenue Bridge. The cry for justice was continuously reiterated while the large crowd marched peacefully throughout Minneapolis.

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“MARCH FOR MOTHERS”
Sunday, July 12, 2020, at 12 P.M

10K and a coalition of organizations gathered at University and Dale in St. Paul with the Mothers of those who have fallen to police violence. Families from accross the country came together to stand for their fallen loved once and march on the Minnesota State Capital in search of Justice.

“BLACK 4TH” MARCH
Saturday, June 25, 2020

The 10K Foundation observed the 4th of July in a manner fitting for the true spirit of the Holiday. The 4th of July is a day of independence, yet that independence still to this day does not fully apply to all people of all skin colors. To raise awareness to this truth, a silent march was held.

PRESS RELEASE

MEDIA

“BLACK PRIDE” WEEKEND
Saturday, June 25, 2020

10K Foundation team kicked off a weekend of service and solidarity with the pride community by passing out over 100,000 popsicles in North Minneapolis, in partnership with the Sanneh Foundation. Later that day, 10K marched through downtown Minneapolis with the Women’s March. The night was capped off with a 10K block party in uptown

On Sunday morning, 10K stood in solidarity with the LGBTQ community at a beautifully orchestrated pride parade and pride fest in Loring park. After passing out nearly 200 Black Pride t-shirts and another pallet full of popsicles, the weekend was bookended with the Floyd Fest, co-hosted by 10K, featuring local vendors, voter registration, and performances by local artists.

PRESS RELEASE

MEDIA

“Free North” March
Saturday, June 13, 2020, at 4 P.M.

Starting at U.S. Bank Stadium, about 1,500 marched past First Avenue to continue drawing attention to racial injustice and police brutality and to honor the memory of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and all those who have lost their lives at the hands of the police. 

The diverse crowd marched along security cars and bikes while chanting and singing. Despite the smaller crowd compared to previous marches, Saturday’s “Free North” March felt even more cohesive as everyone as able to hear the organizers and join in the calls for justice. At the end of the March, protesters celebrated together with food trucks, music, speakers and fireworks. 

PRESS RELEASE

MEDIA

“UNFINISHED BUSINESS” MARCH
Friday, June 5, 2020, at 4 P.M

20,000 people marched peacefully from US Bank Stadium to the place of George Floyd’s death, 38th and Chicago,  Minneapolis, MN, to honor his memory and to continue the fight for justice and sovereignty. The mission of the 10K “Unfinished Business” March was to create a peaceful and safe environment for people to protest after the 10K “No Bail” March was violently interrupted by a speeding gas truck on March 31, 2020. 

PRESS RELEASE

MEDIA

“No Bail” March
Sunday, May 31, 2020, at 1:45 P.M.

The mission of the 10K “No Bail” March was to give protesters a positive and peaceful place to seek justice. At 2:15 p.m. community leaders and activists spoke to the crowd about the peaceful mission of the march and emphasized the importance of responsibility and accountability. Within an hour, tens of thousands of protesters marched from U.S. Bank Stadium to I-35W, while passing the Government Center and marching over the Hennepin Avenue Bridge. The cry for justice was continuously reiterated while the large crowd marched peacefully throughout Minneapolis.

PRESS RELEASE

MEDIA

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