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  • Think: Native Triathlon, Back to Black, Lynx Spotlight
    Think is our roundup of some of the notable women's news stories of the month, generally related to the month's theme.
  • Think: Michelle Obama Visits
    May Day call to action, Hospice care in Minnesota, statewide conversations about death, Lincoln's impact on funerals, and more
  • Think: Indigenous Women's March
    Also: Sen. Amy Klobuchar speech excerpt, a women-only village, and disabilities equality
  • Think: Opioids and Women, Future Cafe
    This month's news items: How can you impact the opioid crisis? And, the Futures Cafe exclusively hires and trains young people who have struggled with poverty, homelessness, or school issues
  • Worthington is one of several cities around Minnesota benefitting from a rising immigrant population. Immigration is the “next opportunity for us as rural communities to revitalize rural America.”
  • THINK: A summary of news about cultural borders
    A message delivered locally from the Dalai Lama's sister ... a story-sharing game ... the fictional story about race, delivered by guest speaker Nell Irvin Painter at the YWCA's "It's Time to Act" forum.
  • Election Messages and Native Approach to Assault
    Think: Response to violence against Native women, midterm election data and quotes, including the impact of Latinx voters.
  • Artists on Main Street
    Think: How artists are transforming main streets in Mankato, Faribault, and Winona
  • Think: News round-up
    The Subversive Sirens win gold, women with heart attacks have better survival rates with female doctors, Reader Survey winner
  • Think: News Round-up
    Think: Primary voting details, Project Bike, lessons about women leadership from Spain
  • Immigration Facts
    Think (July 2018): Data, statistics, and facts about ICE arrests and deportation
  • 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.
  • Root for the Home Team
    Teaching young growers with Roots for the Home Team, chef Amalia Moreno-Damgaard's passion, and behind-the-scenes with a food stylist.
  • Take Action: Can you help the Census 2020 team count those who tend to be invisible, by helping explain its importance to communities that are often hidden?
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