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  • 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.
  • 2018 Changemakers: Kathy Magnuson & Norma Smith Olson
    Telling Women’s Stories: Minnesota Women's Press colleagues for 25 years, Kathy Magnuson and Norma Smith Olson served as co-owners/publishers for 15 years before stepping down last year. “We’ve always believed that a story holds a lot of power to build understanding and connection.” 
  • Retrospective: Arvonne Fraser
    Think: Arvonne Fraser's proudest achievement was “putting women’s human rights on an international agenda.”
  • Twin Sisters in Public Service
    We talk to Winona County attorney Karin Sonneman and Growth & Justice director Jane Leonard. “It’s about actively working to bridge those divides, show how things are related, why we all need to work together.”
  • Outward Bound for Girls: 1965
    In 1965, in northern Minnesota, 24 teenage girls had an experience that changed their lives. For 30 days, they lived in the wilderness. At the time, girls were considered to be “soft, pampered creatures,” as one observer put it. 
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