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  • The Voices of Powerful Everyday Women
    Summary: What happened at our recent Minnesota Women's Press Conversation when we talked about how we are individually and collectively using our power to lift up women leadership in 2018?
  • The Evolution & Revolution of Food
    Editor's Letter: On food memories, and Minnesota women engaged in the food justice movement
  • Gay and Gray
    Marsha Berry: Many aging LGBT are afraid to access elder care and health services because of fear of discriminatory treatment.
  • Ism Schism: Appetite for Change
    "It’s time for people to cook and eat and talk about the change they want to see." 
    — Princess Titus, Appetite for Change co-founder, in a TEDx Talk
  • Replacing Mortar and Pestle
    Alexandra Spieldoch: The United Nations has reported that we could lift at least 150 million people out of hunger and poverty by filling the gender gap in agriculture. 
  • Lachelle Cunningham's Mission
    "There is great diversity of chefs in the Twin Cities. I intend to bring more attention to this space, so more people can see the enormous talent we have to offer." 
  • Marnita's Table: A Recipe for  Cross-Cultural  Relationship
    She compares Marnita's Table events to family reunions, with relatives from around the world who differ in terms of race, class, culture, and other forms of self-identity. 
  • News Roundup
    Think: YWCA's Woman of Power Award, food security in West Duluth, Meals on Wheels, ten plants that changed Minnesota
  • Money Matters: Shaping the business of food
    Notes from the recent national Women Chefs & Restaurateurs conference, led by Kim Bartmann ... Q&A with a former General Mills marketing expert about the business of food ... Hmong farmers in St. Paul transforming vacant lots.
  • Girlpond: Creating an LGBTQ+ Space
    PRIDE Guide: Nikki Scavo creates a new kind of space with Girlpond (newly reinventing itself as "The L Spot"). 
  • BookShelf: Seeding for Change
    Minnesota author Marly Cornell tells the story of "Seeds for Change" and how the Sehgal Foundation has brought entrepreneurial spirit to rural India.
  • Act Now: Support Minnesota's Women Farmers
    How Minnesota women are creating sustainable solutions in the growing industry, and what we can do to support them.
  • Art of Living: Artists in the Kitchen
    A recent exhibit at the Textile Center paired 50 teams of chefs and artists to inspire visual art pieces that both celebrated and challenged the way we think about food.
  • Reader Response: Your Food Memories
    June question: We asked you to share your food memories.
  • Grounded: Is It Time to Redefine Sustainable?
    Jenny Breen: How to become a more mindful consumer of the food system, including understanding the term 'organic.'
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