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April's theme is "global women" and May's theme is "Generations." We're asking: "How would you like your generation of women to be remembered?" Tell us about it. Send 150 words or less to editor@womenspress.com by April 10.



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Features
Global students in St. Paul
Feature: More than 100 languages, more than 20 countries of origin - the challenges of multi-lingual education
Unwavering
Profile: Cheryl Robertson has spent three decades working as a public health nurse in countries ripped apart by war, trauma and displacement, and she's not about to stop
Rebranding her faith
Profile: Hanadi Chehabeddine builds cultural bridges through conversations and cups of coffee
Universal connection
CoverArtist: Jennifer Kunin creates mandalas and other artwork that illuminate earth-centered and people-centered relationships
ThinkAboutIt April 2017
ThinkAboutIt: ERA Minnesota, Muslim hero, Equal Pay Day, clinic violence and more to think about
GoSeeDo April 2017
Calendar: Lunafest, Minnesota's food, "The Bluest Eye" on stage and other women-focused events happening in April
Ojibwe women
Profile: Brenda Child, scholar of Native history, speaks to her family's stories
Women's history on center stage
Profile: Playwright Laurie Flanigan Hegge creates theater from local stories
Equal rights - unfinished business
Feature: Legislators are trying to finally ratify the Equal Rights Amendment - proposed to Congress since 1923
Commentary
Stories from women around the world
ThisIssue: We explore how women are making a difference in our changing and shrinking world
Global citizen diplomats
ActNow: The organization Global Minnesota connects international visitors and communities, inspiring new ideas about common challenges
Women Wage Peace
LeaderVoice: Sandy Pappas: The Middle Eastern and local women who organized a March for Hope
My family's Green Card process
SheSaid Tami Mohamed Brown shares her personal immigration narrative
Marching on
ThisIssue: Looking back at women's history and looking forward. How do we get the future we want?
Where are the women coaches? Media coverage?
ActNow: Contribute to radical women on this February holiday
Motherlines
SheSaid Alondra Cano is reminded of the importance of building a powerful female voice
The impact of domestic violence
LeaderVoice: Safia Khan: MN Coalition for Batterd Women's annual Femicide Report
Is it you?
ThisIssue: The Minnesota Women's Press is looking for leaders
ReadersWrite
Read around the world
BookShelf: Mollie Hoben: How many books by writers other than Americans have you read?
Tender officiant
YourStory: Quinn Dreasler: The narrative of relationship told in wedding ceremonies
Walking a path of transformation
OnYourMind: Cyndie Hays: Listening to our intuitive wisdom and walking labyrinths
Merging soul and role
YourStory: Paula Pedersen: The process of shared exploration in a circle of trust
What I know for sure
OnYourMind: Betsy Koepke: Tapping into the power, abundance and energy all of us have
Poetic comfort
BookShelf: Jennifer Murray: Finding strong voices in ominous times inside poetry
Small space gardens
OnYourMind: Vetris Pate: Three steps to growing plants, herbs and food even with a tiny yard or apartment

YouSaid April 2017
YouSaid: Letters from Women's Press readers
YourThoughts April 2017
YourThoughts: Readers share their cross-cultural experiences

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The (curious case of the) Watson Intelligence

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