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  • GoSeeDo: April 2019
    International Film Festival highlights women directors, Protecting the Lifegivers, Anti-Suffrage Satire,Textile Garage Sale, Earth Day 5K Bee Run, and more.
  • The Incandescent Detail
    Art of Living: Maureen Aitken writes, "In that way, my writing was an act of love — a prayer in gratitude for what we had, and an antidote to all of the failed treatments. In this time we had together at the end, Mary Ann helped me see a way to survive by building an inner palace — a place no one could touch, both luminous and alive."
  • Contemplating Death
    BookShelf: "Reading a book by a mortician was not something I thought would be funny and moving — but it was... The journey and book are not about finding a singular way of dying well, but about celebrating the many diverse ways people have dealt with an inevitability."
  • Native Feminists Talk About Excellence
    At a panel discussion of Native women artists, organized by All My Relations Gallery, moderator Ananya Chatterjee asked, “As feminist artists, in your own ways, how do you interpret the notion of ‘excellence?’”
  • BookShelf: My Grandmother Eugenie Anderson
    Eugenie Moore Anderson, of Red Wing, achieved historic diplomatic status when President Truman appointed her in 1949 to be the first woman Ambassador for the United States.
  • GoSeeDo: March 2019
    International Women's Day events, "Time for Ilhan," Breaking Free's Demand Change Project, "Roe," ERA Rally, events in Duluth and Rochester, and more.
  • Creative Healing
    Marjorie Fedyszyn: "The silence and secrecy of our collective trauma weighs heavily on society. What I had not expected was the number of people, some strangers and some friends, who were compelled to share their own stories with me after they saw my work."
  • The Dance of Trust
    Doreen Johnson: How ballroom dance helped me learn to trust men.
  • GoSeeDo: February 2019
    Highlighted events include Women's Prison Book Project with pancakes, choir sing-along, Healing Trauma at The Loft, Native poets, Jewish Theater Company, Rochester Expo, VocalEssence, and more
  • Dual Identity on Stage
    Art of Living: Multiracial actor and singer Meghan Kreidler is seeking more projects that are about the uniqueness of mixed-race identity.
  • Healing in the Community of Women
    BookShelf: Stephanie Sorenson shares her story of surviving sexual assault, and the community of women who helped her heal. Also includes recommended books about healing from assault.
  • GoSeeDo: January 2019
    Highlights include Women's March 1/19, "Weave" at Ordway, group dance for women only, Mid Drift Movement, Temporal Patterns art at Augsburg College.
  • GoSeeDo: December 2018
    December highlights include: Freedom Daze at Exposed Brick Theatre, Black Nativity at Penumbra, art exhibits about migration and sexual assault, re-opening of Minnesota Museum of Art, gift-buying festivals, and Holiday Inn at Chanhassen.
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  • Welcome Home
    HOME GUIDE: Bethany Gladhill opens up the home she grew up in to host guests in transition who stay from a few days to many months. "The big question for me was, how do we make this sense of legacy personal? How do we create a sense of home so that people feel welcomed?"
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