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Businesswomen doing good
ThisIssue: Stories of individual businesswomen with a vision - to enhance their communities and do good
Women's business
ThisIssue/Directory: The Minnesota Women's Directory is your guide to many women-friendly and women-owned businesses and resources
Many faces of women at the fair
ThisIssue: Recalling the landmark Women's Equality Day at the State Fair in 1975
When women win we all win
ThisIssue: Improving the lives of women and girls is a challenge everywhere, even in nice Minnesota, so let's stand together
Wheeled women
ThisIssue: Giving yourself a green light or spinning your wheels? We hope this issue's stories get your wheels turning.
Sister stories
ThisIssue: Sisters - you laugh with them and cry with them. They can drive you crazy. You love them.
Markers and milestones
ThisIssue: April's annual markers include equal pay day, Femicide Report and peace
Words do matter
ThisIssue: We take our tagline, "Changing the Universe Through Women's Stories," seriously, and this month we share more stories of women and their words
Locked up, locked in, locked out
ThisIssue: In this issue, we take a glimpse into the lives of incarcerated women and examine ways that we can be locked up.
New year. New view.
ThisIssue: What would my life, my community, my world, my relationships look like with a different view?
You make change happen
ThisIssue: Each year we honor Minnesota women and men who have worked to make positive change for women and girls.
ThisIssue: "Give and take" vs "give and receive." This issue we're focused on the nuances of "giving and receiving."
Our shared roots
ThisIssue: We are all connected with roots of a love of family, moral dilemmas and hopes for the future
You told us!
ThisIssue: Women's Press readers didn't hold back in our recent survey - both with praise and criticism.
Our clothing, our culture
ThisIssue: From Trayvon Martin's hoodie to the useless stereotype of what a rape victim was wearing, clothing still can (wrongly) define us.
What's wrong with this picture?
ThisIssue: Why is it risky business for women to object to the status quo?
Where are the recipes?
ThisIssue: Food is a paradox for women. Our culture tells us we should be more, while at the same time telling us we are too much.
ThisIssue: We are our mother's daughters. And we are own people.
Harmonies and heroes
ThisIssue: "Like a Virgin," "Respect" and "I am Woman" have been theme songs of different times in the women's movement. What's your theme song?
Less gun violence-more peace
ThisIssue: It's sometimes from a place of fear that we have a strong longing for peace.

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