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A day in a life with no home
ActNow: Dureen has lived in her car since 2014
Risking arrest to protect the environment
ActNow: Ginner Ruddy learns how to use her privilege for defiance
Menstrual Hygiene Day
ActNow: Two organizations offer access to menstrual products
Global citizen diplomats
ActNow: The organization Global Minnesota connects international visitors and communities, inspiring new ideas about common challenges
Where are the women coaches? Media coverage?
ActNow: Contribute to radical women on this February holiday
Presidents Day for feminists
ActNow: Contribute to radical women on this February holiday
Language opens doors
ActNow: Minnesota Literacy Council volunteer Susan Moss learns from teaching English Language Learners
Honoring the dead
ActNow: The annual Simpson Shelter march and memorial for lost lives of the homeless
The power to change
ActNow: Abena Abraham: A Liberian immigrant becomes politically engaged
Diversified workforce
ActNow: CLUES opens doors to a better future for Latinos and immigrants
Mentors for young parents
ActNow: Family Wise offers program for strengthening families
Surviving suicide loss
ActNow Janet Benz built a foundation after the death of her 17-year-old son
Beyond slacktivism
ActNow: Christina Meyer founded a high school social justice club
Lighten up
ActNow: Heather Meyer's annual sketch "The Historical Comedybration (with fabulous prizes)"
Minnesota-friendly signs
ActNow: Bosnian refugee Veda Partalo finds a solution to the unwelcoming nature of some in today's U.S. culture
Embracing differences
ActNow: The Interfaith Youth Connection works to reduce prejudice and misconceptions
Safety in numbers
ActNow: The more you talk about gun safety, the easier it becomes - there are many more on the side of gun sense
A mission with yarn
ActNow: CheyOnna Sewell creates an activist community through knitting
How do we value our homeless youth?
ActNow: Young people are so resilient; they sometimes need a bit of support to help them along
Women for water and wilderness
ActNow: Feisty lady hikers puts their boots to the ground for water conservation



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