Do Good Roseville is selling signs to raise money for Uplift Grants for Youth. For more information on the Uplift Grants, go to Uplift Grants page.
The signs will be available for purchase at the Festival for Change at Roseville Lutheran Church on September 9 and 10. For more information on the event, go to https://www.rosevillelutheran.org/event/7061896-2022-09-09-festival-for-change/
The Roseville Rejects Racism sign has a minimum payment of $15. The other signs have a minimum of $20. $10 from each sign will go towards the Uplift Grants. If you are willing and able to pay more, any additional amount will go directly to the Uplift Grants. Do Good Roseville does not make any money from the sale of the signs.
If you would like to purchase a sign, please fill out this form and we will contact you to arrange payment and pickup or delivery of the sign.
Many neighborhoods in Roseville were developed with racial covenants on all of the homes so they could only be sold to white people. For more information, go to: https://mappingprejudice.umn.edu/ or https://www.cityofroseville.com/3702/Racially-Restrictive-Covenants for more information.
This sign is 18″ 24″.
This sign related to racial covenants is if you know your home had a covenant. See above for more information.
This sign is 18″ x 24″
In August of 2020 after the killing of George Floyd, Do Good Roseville participated in a Rally Against Racism in Roseville. At the time the City displayed this message “Roseville Rejects Racism” on their community signs at City Hall and at Central Park. We want our residents to be able to display that message too.
Note: This is a smaller sign. It is 12″ x 18″
We believe that believing that Black Lives Matter does not conflict with supporting our local Police Department and vice versa. It is possible to hold both views and that is why we want to have a sign that combines both.
This sign is 18″ x 24″.