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Minnesota Women's Press
  • Voices on Sports & Adventure
    Tapestry: Commentary of everyday women engaged with our monthly topic. This month's ask: How has sports or adventure been part of your life?
  • What Our Parks Need
    Lynnea Atlas-Ingebretson was named by Governor Tim Walz to serve on the 17-member Metropolitan Council, which sets policy and provides services in the Twin Cities for public transit and mobility, wastewater treatment, regional parks, affordable housing, and more. She writes of her interest in strengthening parks and recreation.
     
  • Wave Rider
    Jenny Schwietz owns eight surfboards and has become one of Lake Superior’s best-known year-round surfers. Reported by Jana Studelska.
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  • The Song of Life
    Endings Theme: Megan Druckrey reflects on her work as a hospice music therapist. "When we sing or play a song that holds meaning for someone, it automatically transports us to that time and place. We are able to access memories more easily."
  • Voices on Endings
    Tapestry: Commentary of everyday women engaged with our topic of the month. "When we face death head on, it helps us realize that we have one life to live fully, according to our values, starting today." — Jackie Yaeger
  • Women's March 2019
    The words of Anika Bowie, spoken at Women's March 2019.
  • Lesser
    A column by Ellie Krug about the difficulty of being left out of a gathering of feminist lesbians.
  • 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
  • Recommended "Healing Trauma" Resources
    Resources suggested by participants at "MWP Conversations: Healing in Community"
  • Sober Housing
    Georgia Jones: From a childhood impacted by the disease of addiction, to the owner of three houses for women recovering from addiction.
  • A Tale of Two Countries, by Emeri Burks
    Cultural Identity & Borders: A three-part story of a woman who is trying to bring her fiancee to the U.S. from China. How do borders based on country of birth impact personal lives?
  • The Intersectional Life
    Ism Schism: Joan Dao writes about what it is like to feel more immigrant than citizen — despite being born in the U.S.
  • A Re-Defining Moment
    Reader Response: From an artist, a cancer survivor, and an activist.
  • Act = Change
    We asked each of the 2018 Changemakers to offer their suggestions for how readers can Act Now to make change. What inspires you?
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