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  • Being the Bulldozer
    Perspective: Teresa Kunechne on the role of women as bulldozers. "Someone once told me that research shows the people most likely to be fierce supporters and activists are women from lower incomes, women of color, and rural women."
  • Protecting Wilderness
    Grounded: Lisa Pugh shares her story about the love she has for Minnesota's northern wilderness, and why she is fighting to protect it.
  • Do-Over
    Perspective: Ellie Krug writes about the work of transformation involved in living an authentic life, despite the inner obstacles.
  • Fragments of Military Service
    Chante Wolf shares a poem about her military service, to give voice to those who are no longer here.
  • Intentional Dying
    Perspective: Rebecca Thoman talks about the Compassion & Choices movement to allow those with terminal illness to die with dignity, and the work to get support in the Minnesota legislature.
  • Perspectives #1: Being Inciteful
    Amoke Kubat shares the vision behind her play "Angry Black Woman and Well Intentioned White Woman."
  • Perspectives #2: Face-to-Face With the Divide
    Ann Markusen reflects on the personal impact of seeing Amoke Kubat's play.
  • Perspectives #3: What's Next?
    Anna Tennis reflects on the messages that are delivered in "Angry Black Woman Talks With Well Intentioned White Girl" and asks: what next?
  • Using Our Voice & Vote: Power in a Room of Women
    Dual Perspectives: We launch a new column format, "Dual Perspectives," with long-time columnists Shannon Drury and Tami Mohamed Brown offering unique perspectives on their takeaways from the recent "MWP Conversation: Using Our Voice & Vote."
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