QVS Twin Cities Fellow on Bde Maka Ska

QVS Twin Cities Fellow on Bde Maka Ska

QVS Minneapolis 2019-2020 Fellow Kirsten Fedorowicz writes about the history and the renaming of the largest lake in Minneapolis- Lake Bde Maka Ska.
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Bde Maka Ska (pronounced beh-DAY mah-KAH skah) is the largest and most visited lake in Minneapolis, a city that proudly calls itself “the city of lakes.” When I wasn’t social distancing, I would run around part of the lake, dodging many families, hot millennial couples, and fellow joggers. The vestiges of the lake’s other name are still visible; not at the lake itself, but in the surrounding neighborhoods.

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Why Support Quaker Voluntary Service?

Why Support Quaker Voluntary Service?

Click the video below to learn from three Friends and QVS Alumni sharing about why they feel led to support the transformative work of QVS. Below are a few excerpts from the video: Why do you support QVS? "[QVS] affords young people an opportunity at a very critical...

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