We started a Minnesota Women's Press "Mixed Tape" library of songs by @mnwomenspress followers. We asked: "What would you put on a soundtrack that makes you feel powerful?"


“Rise Up,” Andra Day
“Tell Mama,” Etta James
“Stop the Wedding,” Etta James
“Do Right Woman, Do Right Man,” Aretha Franklin
“Respect,” Aretha Franklin
“Pick Me Up on Your Way Down,” Patsy Kline
“Two More Bottles of Wine,” Emmy Lou Harris
“A Woman’s Place,” Sara Thomsen
“These Boots Are Made for Walkin’,” Nancy Sinatra
“I Am Woman,” Helen Reddy
“You Don’t Own Me,” Dusty Springfield
“All Fired Up,” Pat Benatar
"Firework," Katie Perry
"Dog Days Are Over," Florence + The Machine
“America’s Sweetheart,” Elle King
"King of Anything," Sara Bereilles
“Wonder Woman’s Wrath,” movie soundtrack

One reader offered up her “Feminist Agenda” playlist on Spotify that includes:
“Broken Glass,” Rachel Platten
“Grown,” Little Mix
“Run the World (Girls),” Beyonce
“Salute,” Little Mix
“Love Myself,” Hailee Steinfeld
“I’m Legit,” Nicki Minaj, Ciara
“Bad Girls,” M.I.A.
“Focus,” Ariana Grande
“Them Girls Be Like,” Fifth Harmony
“Independent Women,” Destiny’s Child
“Fight Song,” Rachel Platten
“Rise,” Selena Gomez
“Born This Way,” Lady Gaga
“Quiet – Stripped,” MILCK
“Confident,” Demi Lovato
“Sit Still, Look Pretty,” Daya
“Who Says,” Selena Gomez & The Scene
“Superwoman,” Alicia Keys
“Phoenix,” Olivia Holt
“Rise Up,” Andra Day
“Powerful Emotions,” Tessa Brooks, Erika Costell
“Girl on Fire,” Alicia Keys
“Most Girls,” Hailee Steinfeld