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  • Grounded  – Ni Mama Akii
    Sharon Day: Laws that would poison our wild rice.
  • Columnist: Yo Mama  – Care. Less. Whispers
    Amoke Kubat: "I have never closed my heart despite a long life with heartbreak and pain. Now my heart tells me that it has reached its tipping point."
  • Connecting Marginalized Entrepreneurs With Funds
    ConnectUp! MN brought together investors and entrepreneurs in marginalized communities.
  • Column: Step Aside Boys
    The Radical Housewife: Shannon Drury's column this month looks at why her son cannot run for office.
  • Liberating American Women
    Ism Schism: As a girl in India, Cheryllyne Vaz believed sexism and racism were long over in the U.S. She created a local network after years of discovering how much that wasn't true.
  • Act Now: Can We Create a New System?
    "Even before #MeToo, our multiple shared experiences had long established the prevalence and personal pain of these crimes, but now those coming forward uncovered an epidemic and opened our eyes to the systemic structures that support predators."
  • Seeking Diversity in Environmental Activism
    How reflective are Minnesota’s environmental groups of the diversity of communities — their needs, their voices?
  • There Is No Me in Activism
    Act Now: "Everyone wants to be the most ingenious revolutionary, so we spend a ton of time thinking of something clever to say instead of actually listening to and learning from our colleagues."
  • 11-Mile Meditation Column: A Condition of the Heart
    Tami Mohamed Brown reflects on what women don't know about heart health.
  • "White Supremacy is not about individuals per se — it is the lens through which decisions are made."

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