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  • Make Housing a Priority When You Vote
    Act Now: Did you know a study found that 35 percent of Minnesota homeless women are without housing because they are escaping domestic abuse. Nelima Sitati Munene explains why housing needs to be a priority among those we elect in November.
  • Killing Us Softly
    Sagirah Shahid: Chronic stress and the health of Black women
  • Our ongoing general submissions from readers.
  • Who are you? What do you believe?
    Reader Response: Ranging from a 12-year-old breakdancer, to a women who turned to belly dancing to release the trauma of rape, to 100-year-old woman who once believed in heels and girdles
  • A New Point of View
    Ikran, 16: "The thing I’ll miss the most is seeing the stars at night, because in the city you only see like one star and then it ends up being a plane or something." 
  • Showcasing Overlooked Stars
    Eh Re Noh Say: “A lot of girls got scouted to play for college, which is amazing. I heard from a Duluth college because of the tournament!"
  • Cooling My Heels
    Marilynne Thomas Walton: "If we were all blind, as my mother was, would we befriend all people? Our love offered because of the ring of a cheerful voice, a deep or lilting laugh, a gentle touch."
  • Nominate a Changemaker
    2018 Changemaker nominations are due September 15!
  • What Change Do You Seek?
    Reader Response: Make everyone count, tax equity, vote on climate change, be kind, adjusting mindset on values
  • Think: News Round-up
    Think: Primary voting details, Project Bike, lessons about women leadership from Spain
  • The Voices of Powerful Everyday Women
    Summary: What happened at our recent Minnesota Women's Press Conversation when we talked about how we are individually and collectively using our power to lift up women leadership in 2018?
  • 2018 What Women Want Survey Results
    Results of the Minnesota Women's Press annual survey of our readers' favorites.
  • Smooth Sailing at 105
    Pat Marble learned to kayak for the first time when she was 90 years old. “When you kayak, you are low in the water. You look down and there are so many things to see.”
  • Outward Bound for Girls: 1965
    In 1965, in northern Minnesota, 24 teenage girls had an experience that changed their lives. For 30 days, they lived in the wilderness. At the time, girls were considered to be “soft, pampered creatures,” as one observer put it. 
  • Where Have You Felt at Home?
    Reader Response, July question: We asked you to share your sense of place and belonging
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