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  • Editor's Letter: Why this is the Year of Powerful Everyday Women
    When the Minnesota Women’s Press hosts its first Conversation Event on April 25, we are starting a long-term relationship with our growing community that spotlights women doing what we do best: communicating, collaborating, and acting into a powerful future. Tickets at https://tinyurl.com/MWPevent
  • Breaking the Pipeline
    Anika Bowie: Standing out in the male-dominated criminal justice field.
  • Vulnerable Leadership
    Tanya Korpi Macleod: Many leaders traditionally have a desire to want to feel smarter than everyone else in the room. A good leader can say, “I know your superpower.”
  • Think: News Roundup
    St. Paul policewoman recruitment ... women in trades ... glass ceilings and cliffs ... Gates Foundation focuses on women ... Girls Who Code ... boardrooms ... the impact of sports
  • (Online feature only): It is time for the 2018 Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival (MSPIFF), April 12-28, featuring more than 250 new films representing over 70 countries. The MSPIFF team sent us a list to showcase female directors from around the globe.
  • Reader Response: On asking for a raise, the support of a mother, community after moving past abuse, a teaching mentor. Add your own!
  • The Neglected Art of Negotiation
    One reader shares how she was prodded into asking for more money and benefits before taking her corporate job.
  • Stepping Into the Shoes of Powerful Women
    Money Matters: Sharon Bloodworth bought out her investment advisory firm's male founder.

  • Our ongoing general submissions from readers.
  • Connecting Marginalized Entrepreneurs With Funds
    ConnectUp! MN brought together investors and entrepreneurs in marginalized communities.
  • Column: Step Aside Boys
    The Radical Housewife: Shannon Drury's column this month looks at why her son cannot run for office.
  • Liberating American Women
    Ism Schism: As a girl in India, Cheryllyne Vaz believed sexism and racism were long over in the U.S. She created a local network after years of discovering how much that wasn't true.
  • Connecting Feminist Leaders
    BookShelf: Linda Brandt reflects on the resources that offer challenge and inspiration to live to one's potential as a leader.
  • GoSeeDo: April 2018
    Check out our spotlighted events for the month of April, including the Transgender Voices Festival
  • After the Storm
    Art of Living: Artist Corey Habbas explores the idea of structural discrimination and alienation caused by prejudice.
  • "I Deserve All Good"
    CELEBRATIONS GUIDE: Titilayo Bediako of We Win Institute, on how to help young women recognize Black accomplishments from ancient Africa to modern-day Minnesota.
  • Diversifying Business
    HER MONEY GUIDE: How women-owned businesses are starting to benefit from contractor-oriented attention by the State of Minnesota.
  • Sewing to Mend the Soul
    GREEN GUIDE: Michelle Ooley on how Mobile Menders saves clothing from going to landfills.

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