Here’s a look at the four things you should know for Sunday, Oct. 11, 2015.

Number 1: Fight For Workers’ Rights

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Members of the Service Employees International Union blocked off a portion of Central Avenue in northeast Minneapolis on Saturday.

They support a proposal in the city that would force businesses to provide paid sick leave and mandate how far in advance they should schedule workers.

Others say the proposal would take away flexibility.

Number 2: 20th Anniversary Of Million Man March

Thousands took to the streets in the nation’s capital Saturday for the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March.

The theme this year was “Justice or Else.”

It called for policing reforms and changes in the black community.

Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan spoke and praised the young protesters behind the Black Lives Matter movements.

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Number 3: St. Paul Art Crawl

The Art Collective has been putting this event on since 1991.

It features more than 300 artists at 28 buildings and around 20,000 visitors each year.

The free crawl is mainly concentrated in Lowertown, but events can be found in other neighborhoods as well.

For locations and more information, click here.

Number 4: Let’s Go Lynx!

The ladies are just one win away from a 3rd WNBA championship in 5 years.

Maya Moore helped Minnesota take a two-games-to-one lead with a buzzer beater Friday night.

They take on the Indiana Fever in Indianapolis at 7:30 p.m.

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If they don’t win, Game 5 will be back in Minnesota on Wednesday.