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Super Bowl Safe Party For Youth Feb. 4 at Cedar Cultural Center

Human trafficking around events like the Super Bowl, where a city invites hundreds of thousands of visitors, has historically been a problem in host cities.

To help combat this during the Super Bowl in Minneapolis, Civil Society, a Minnesota nonprofit providing legal services to victims of human trafficking and sexual assault, is hosting a Super Bowl Safety Party for Youth at the Cedar Cultural Center on Sunday, Feb. 4, in collaboration with the Cedar Cultural Center, Face to Face, and First Christian Church of Minneapolis.  The party will feature games, food, non-alcoholic drinks and local musical acts, including:

• 4th Curtis
• Debbie Duncan Trio w Adi Yeshaya/keyboards, Nathan Norman/drums, Gary Raynor/bass, William Duncan w WDP featuring on vocals Tia Finger, Grace Tippy, Janet Kolb, Michael Brown, Nesert Shu-Ankh Theba, Doris Duesette- Haynes, Debbie Duncan
• McPhail Community Youth Choir
• Sergio Mojica

When: Sunday, February 4, from 1 p.m.–10 p.m.

Where: The Cedar Cultural Center
Cedar Cultural Center, 416 Cedar Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55454

Additional Details: Additional information on the event can be found on the Super Bowl Safety Party for Youth Facebook page,

Metro Transit will operate bus routes along the green and blue lines that provide accessible transport to and from the event. Look for update on the Super Bowl Safety Party for Youth Facebook page,

Talk to Pastor Laurie for more information or if you have questions. 



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