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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
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
Presidents Day for feminists
ActNow: Contribute to radical women on this February holiday
The view from here
SheSaid Tami Mohamed Brown watches her environment change before her eyes

Listening as an act of rebellion
LeaderVoice: Suzanne Al-Kayali: In listening we are brought closer together
Women's words matter
ThisIssue: The importance of independent feminist media and voices, now
Language lessons
SheSaid Shannon Drury: Pronouns matter
Language opens doors
ActNow: Minnesota Literacy Council volunteer Susan Moss learns from teaching English Language Learners
Changemakers 2016
ThisIssue: What role will you play in building a hopeful, inclusive and big-hearted future? These 2016 Changemakers are great examples for us all.
Bridging differences
ThisIssue: How do we contribute to breaking down walls and building bridges?
Honoring the dead
ActNow: The annual Simpson Shelter march and memorial for lost lives of the homeless
Mapping the world
SheSaid Tami Mohamed Brown: Borders as recognition that humanity is connected and responsible to one another
Turning fear into action
ThisIssue: Let's "play big" this election season

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