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Tuesday, June 27, 2017

June's theme is "Choices and Risks." July's theme is "A Day in a Life." The focus in August is "Body Awareness" and we're asking: "What is one thing you love about your body and why?" Tell us about it. Send 150 words or less to editor@womenspress.com by July 10.


Convicting traffickers
Feature: Two women prosecutors in Ramsey County fight for women and girls
A farmer and beekeeper
Profile: There's no typical work day for Yao Yang, the co-manager of the Hmong American Farmers Association Food Hub
Working overtime for Minnesota
Profile: A day in the life of Jamie Becker-Finn, first-term state representative

Spacious serenity
CoverArtist: A native of Sweden, Marie Olofsdotter's life path has taken many turns that she wouldn't have predicted
ThinkAboutIt July 2017
ThinkAboutIt: How sexist are you? Periods, short hair controversy, Atwood on reproductive rights, ... and more to think about.
GoSeeDo July 2017
Calendar: Wild lands with Terry Tempest Williams, Prayers for Pussies and other women-focused events happening in July
Common, accepted and under threat
Feature: Abortion in 2017
Giving sanctuary
Feature: Weighing the consequences and risks, many church communities in Minnesota choose to take a stand
A day in a life
ThisIssue: Collecting stories, as we do, enables us to meet strong, interesting women - as well as find out about pivotal decisions that turned a life path
A day in a life with no home.
ActNow: Dureen has lived in her car since 2014
Anti-bullying support
SheSaid Sarah Whiting reflects on why we need to teach our children to advocate for othersAnti-bullying support
Choices and risks
ThisIssue: Whether acting from a place of privilege or proactively making risky choices, women make conscious decisions every day
Risking arrest to protect the environment
ActNow: Ginner Ruddy learns how to use her privilege for defiance
Courage to be vulnerable
SheSaid Ashley Steele engages in daring conversations about race

We want it all
ThisIssue: On standing on the shoulders of remarkable women
The education of a strong woman
SheSaid Shannon Drury on raising a feminist daughter
How to write about a day in the life?
BookShelf: The importance of memoir to make sense of our values and history
Summer days on a road crew
YourStory: Jackie Jeffery works stop sign duty in the Upper Peninsula and reflects on post-marriage rebuilding
These troubled times
OnYourMind: Lisa Gray: How do we carry on as one person with problems in the world that loom large?
Buying local
OnYourMind: Linda Winsor: The economic and relational benefits of community shopping
Emotional hunger
YourStory: Latrice Marie Winston considers how we tend to eat when sad, bored, content, happy
Integrative pet care
OnYourMind: Jennifer Blair on new modalities for treating animals
YouSaid July 2017
YouSaid: Letters from Women's Press readers
Your Thoughts July 2017
YourThoughts: Readers share their insights about how they would like their generation to be remembered

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