April is a first time candidate running for Brooklyn Center City Council. She recently served as an Americorps Promise Fellow and helped Brooklyn Center School District 286 start a Parent Advisory Council. April’s vision includes: ensuring all community voices are heard and acknowledged, increasing cultural understanding in Brooklyn Center, and improving collaboration between youth and adults generic female cialis. From her experience in groups like the Northside Youth Collaborative and Ending Youth Violence Roundtable in North Minneapolis, she plans to inform and propel the work and engagement of youth and community in Brooklyn Center community schools and the newly formed District Parent Advisory Council. Graves is passionate about social justice and equality, and wishes to serve as a representative for single mothers and women of color when she is elected.