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September's theme is "why we do the work we do." October's theme is "women and politics." And, November is "Walls and Bridges" and we're asking: "When have you encountered a wall or a bridge?" Tell us about it. Send 150 words or less to editor@womenspress.com by October 10.



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Features
Humanitarian entrepreneur
Profile: Mary Tjosvold: Combining the best of both worlds - community organizing through business
Mind the gap
Profile: Shawntera Hardy: Listening, and responding, to the screams of community at Minnesota's Department of Employment and Economic Development
Bibelot at 50
Profile: Roxana Freese: Ownership, from necessity to passion
Visual thinker
CoverArtist: Alicia Schwab: Whimsical illustrator who depicts underwater worlds, dancing insects and a giant's sneezing issue
Women and Money
WordsAndPictures: An art exhibition to get you thinking about your relationship with money
ThinkAboutIt September 2016
ThinkAboutIt: Tanzanian marriage, historic elections, female obesity ... and more to think about.
GoSeeDo September 2016
Calendar: Global roots, Superior Light, quilted art ... and other women-focused events happening in September
Speaking out
Profile: Farm activist Lou Anne Kling: From pastures to protests
Commentary
Women's work
ThisIssue: Why we do what we do
Diversified workforce
ActNow: CLUES opens doors to a better future for Latinos and immigrants
My life's work, the work of a lifetime
SheSaid Shannon Drury: Heidi was my hero
Listening to and hearing stories
ThisIssue: It is in knowing each other's stories that we are more likely to see "others" as part of "us"
The gift of knowing
SheSaid Sondra Samuels on the need to teach the significant contributions and courage of Africans and African Americans
Mentors for young parents
ActNow: Family Wise offers program for strengthening families
Let's make history
ThisIssue: This is not the time to leave it to Hillary Clinton to go solo
Surviving suicide loss
ActNow Janet Benz built a foundation after the death of her 17-year-old son
ReadersWrite
Know what you know
BookShelf: La Juana Whitmore: You are the expert
I am a previvor
YourStory: Jessica Smith: Being proactive about cancer and an exhibit at her Regla De Oro Gallery
A storytelling core
YourStory: Maribeth Romslo: On the making of "Dragonfly" and equity in filmmaking
Air - the forgotten element
OnYourMind: Brandy Toft: Air quality advocate
Cultivating compassion
YourStory: Myoshin Kelley: Finding the feminine in Buddhist practice
The mosaic of art
YourStory: Jeannie Spears: Creativity in the quilting process
YourThoughts September 2016
YourThoughts: Readers write about why they do what they do
YouSaid September 2016
YouSaid: Letters from Women's Press readers

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