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  • New Year's Guide: Celebrate Your Inner and Outer Beauty
    Yar Kang: "We define beauty in many different ways based on what our surrounding community tells us is true. That is why, since 2006, I have hosted the Miss South Sudan pageant here in the Midwest."
  • Camp Guide: Freedom School
    Cyreta Oduniyi writes about the Freedom School curriculum, and why she thinks it should be implemented statewide.
  • The Intersectional Life
    Ism Schism: Joan Hao writes about what it is like to feel more immigrant than citizen — despite being born in the U.S.
  • How to Find Security
    Conscious Mind: Nausheena Hussein reflects on what made her feel safer in her neighborhood after someone acted aggressively toward her.
  • Michelle Rivero Identifies the Labels of Fear
    Act Now: Michelle Rivero says — despite labels of fear — many people recognize how important immigrants are to our society. How can readers support immigrant communities?
  • 2018 Changemaker: Leslie Redmond
    Don't Complain, Activate: In March, Redmond, then 25, became the youngest president of the Minneapolis branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).
  • Re-Envisioning Equity
    Ism Schism: De'Vonna Pittman asks, "Imagine if early childhood education became a focal point of importance, so that every child had the access and the right to learn, just like children who are privileged do. What might our state look like 10 years from now?"

  • Killing Us Softly
    Sagirah Shahid: Chronic stress and the health of Black women
  • Showcasing Overlooked Stars
    Eh Re Noh Say: “A lot of girls got scouted to play for college, which is amazing. I heard from a Duluth college because of the tournament!"
  • Ellie Krug: Her Life Transition at Age 52
    The transgender speaker shares her story to teach others inclusivity and acceptance.
  • Proposed Adjustments to American History Curriculum
    Ism Schism: Instead of open ears and open palms, the Head of School said, "This is an American history class, not a Native history class." ... My America is learning to remember.
  • Arbitrary Borders
    Nekessa Julia Opoti: Beyond social media outrage and lawn signs what does it mean to truly stand with refugees and immigrants?
  • Why Green Spaces Are White
    Ism Schism: “In a racist society, it is not enough to be non-racist. We must be anti-racist.”  — Angela Davis
  • 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
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