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  • Connecting Feminist Leaders
    BookShelf: Linda Brandt reflects on the resources that offer challenge and inspiration to live to one's potential as a leader.
  • GoSeeDo: April 2018
    Check out our spotlighted events for the month of April, including the Transgender Voices Festival
  • After the Storm
    Art of Living: Artist Corey Habbas explores the idea of structural discrimination and alienation caused by prejudice.
  • Art of Living: Weaving Without Pattern
    This kind of weaving is difficult for people who want to be very structured, but sometimes it’s nice to say, “I don’t have to follow a pattern. It’s coming from my heart.” 
  • Minnesota Women's Press MIXED TAPE
    We started a Minnesota Women's Press "Mixed Tape" of songs by @mnwomenspress followers. We asked: "What would you put on a soundtrack that makes you feel powerful?"
  • BookShelf: Understanding Implicit Bias
    Women and people of color are disproportionately impacted by the often severe real-life consequences of implicit bias in employment, education, housing, health care, and policing. 
  • February 2018 GoSeeDo events
    Special events for the month of February 2018.
  • Losing My Baby
    Two Minnesota Book Award winners reflect on the loss of their babies, and offer a call for submission to an anthology they are creating. "While these losses have disproportionately affected women of color, there is little by and for women of color."
  • What We Don't Talk About
    Art of Living: “I am fascinated by what is not said in conversations. Our Facebook/Instagram culture is about sharing good, perfect moments. What is it we don't openly talk about and why?”
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