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  • 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.
  • Our ongoing general submissions from readers. 
  • My Slow Movement Holiday
    HOLIDAY GUIDE: Julie Kearns writes about her transformation to a different kind of consumer who is "consciously opting out of the speediest, easiest, most expedient option in favor of choosing connection, community, and intention."
  • 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?
  • Changing My Religion
    SPIRITUALITY GUIDE: Jessica Wicks writes about her conversion to Judaism.
  • Describe a pivotal moment that impacted your life
    Readers respond to the December question of the month.
  • Reducing Childhood Trauma in Minnesota
    Reader Carol Koepp writes about how her life-mate was impacted by childhood trauma, and offers recommendations about how Minnesota can become more informed about toxic stress, including insights from "The Deepest Well," by Dr. Nadine Burke Harris.
  • Readers respond to the November question of the month.
  • Redefining This One Wild and Precious Life
    BOOKSHELF: Barbara Vaile describes her reading list. "In search of new rules and new vision, I'm looking to women, healers, and especially journalists. I love their capacity to ask big questions and to question authority."
  • My Dog Owns Me
    PETS GUIDE: Amy Wood owns up about how her dog now owns her.
  • Make Housing a Priority When You Vote
    Act Now: Did you know a study found that 35 percent of Minnesota homeless women are without housing because they are escaping domestic abuse. Nelima Sitati Munene explains why housing needs to be a priority among those we elect in November.
  • Killing Us Softly: Chronic Stress and the Health of Black Women
    Sagirah Shahid: Chronic stress and the health of Black women
  • Who are you? What do you believe?
    Reader Response: Ranging from a 12-year-old breakdancer, to a women who turned to belly dancing to release the trauma of rape, to 100-year-old woman who once believed in heels and girdles
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