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May's theme is "Generations" and the annual What Women Want Readers' Survey. June's theme is "Choices and Risks" and we're asking: "What is a choice you made or risk you took that you feel proud about?" Tell us a story. Send 150 words or less to editor@womenspress.com by May 10.



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Features
What Women Want
ReadersSurvey: You told us your favorites. We tell all.
Familial Alzheimer's disease
Profile: One family's work to change the future of Alzheimer's
Stories transcend words
Profile: Mankato professor Gwen Westerman crafts generational storytelling in quilts and writes about limited perspectives of Native American history
Activism runs in the family
Profile: Priscilla Lord and Emma Faris, mother and daughter, support progressive women running for political office
Art is therapy
CoverArtist: Influenced by her worldview that all of creation is interconnected, Jan Reich creates art quilts that express relationships
"Listen to Your Mother"
WordsAndPictures: From blogging beginnings to national stages, storytellers share their thoughts about moms
Three women authors
WordsAndPictures: Hmong, Irish-American and Ojibwe writers worked together to complete their memoirs
ThinkAboutIt May 2017
ThinkAboutIt: Craftivism, non-penis envy, childcare costs and more to think about
GoSeeDo May 2017
Calendar: Water guardians, S-Town, women over 50 theater, intimate apparel, drumming and other women-focused events happening in May
Commentary
We want it all
ThisIssue: On standing on the shoulders of remarkable women
The education of a strong woman
SheSaid Shannon Drury on raising a feminist daughter
Menstrual Hygiene Day
ActNow: Two organizations offer access to menstrual products
Stories from women around the world
ThisIssue: We explore how women are making a difference in our changing and shrinking world
Global citizen diplomats
ActNow: The organization Global Minnesota connects international visitors and communities, inspiring new ideas about common challenges
Women Wage Peace
LeaderVoice: Sandy Pappas: The Middle Eastern and local women who organized a March for Hope
My family's Green Card process
SheSaid Tami Mohamed Brown shares her personal immigration narrative
Marching on
ThisIssue: Looking back at women's history and looking forward. How do we get the future we want?
Where are the women coaches? Media coverage?
ActNow: Contribute to radical women on this February holiday
ReadersWrite
Niam, Ua Koj Tsaug
BookShelf: Pahchie Vang says "Thank you, Mom" for sharing stories of identity
Generational trauma
YourStory: Taja Will on adoption, trauma, resilience, nature and nurture
Girls Who Code
YourStory: Eighth-grader Daisy Forester: Changing the world with technology
Local actions for the planet
OnYourMind: Leslie MacKenzie on the Transition network of community-building
YouSaid May 2017
YouSaid: Letters from Women's Press readers
YourThoughts May 2017
YourThoughts: Readers share their insights about how they would like their generation to be remembered
Read around the world
BookShelf: Mollie Hoben: How many books by writers other than Americans have you read?
Tender officiant
YourStory: Quinn Dreasler: The narrative of relationship told in wedding ceremonies
Walking a path of transformation
OnYourMind: Cyndie Hays: Listening to our intuitive wisdom and walking labyrinths

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