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Minnesota Women's Press
  • A Practical Guide to Green Burial
    Anne Murphy shares tips for reducing the formaldehyde, copper, bronze, steel, trees, and concrete we bury into the ground every year.
  • Stuff of Legacy
    Laura Gilbert writes about the stories we leave behind — and how to minimize the weight of the clutter that does not reveal our story.
  • An Artist Becoming
    How did 14-year-old Fina Mooney become a national and international award-winning artist?
  • The Feminists of Women's Press
    This issue explores the many viewpoints of powerful, everyday Minnesota women working for equity. I asked the team behind Minnesota Women’s Press to respond to this question: “What messages made you the feminist that you are today?”
  • Peggy Flanagan: Feminist Mom-in-Chief
    Politics & Policy: A conversation with the first Native woman elected to Lieutenant Governor in the state of Minnesota. “If we are going to have Minnesota feminisms, it means that we work together across lines of difference and allow for intersectionality to exist."
  • Women's March 2019
    The words of Anika Bowie, spoken at Women's March 2019.
  • Creating a Feminist Space in Government
    A Q&A with Hennepin County Commissioner Angela Conley, the first Black person on the board, who beat a 28-year incumbent.
  • Lesser
    A column by Ellie Krug about the difficulty of being left out of a gathering of feminist lesbians.
  • Native Feminists Talk About Excellence
    At a panel discussion of Native women artists, organized by All My Relations Gallery, moderator Ananya Chatterjee asked, “As feminist artists, in your own ways, how do you interpret the notion of ‘excellence?’”
  • Building Strong Futures

    Women Find Their Calling in the Trades: If Amanda Gardas had known about construction industry opportunities when she was younger, she would have pursued them. “If somebody would have told me, or shown me, what a difference it would have made for me.”

  • BookShelf: My Grandmother Eugenie Anderson
    Eugenie Moore Anderson, of Red Wing, achieved historic diplomatic status when President Truman appointed her in 1949 to be the first woman Ambassador for the United States.
  • GoSeeDo: March 2019
    International Women's Day events, "Time for Ilhan," Breaking Free's Demand Change Project, "Roe," ERA Rally, events in Duluth and Rochester, and more.
  • Kim Bartmann: Blunt Visionary
    "Feminism in a narrow lane, as opposed to being thought of as a broader movement, isn't productive."
  • Sara Evans: Feminist History
    A conversation with Sara Evans, Regents Professor Emeritus of history at the University of Minnesota, who is credited as a primary creator of the field of women’s history.
  • Voices of Equality
    Showcasing commentary of powerful, everyday women engaged with our topic of the month.
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