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Tuesday, January 24, 2017

January's theme is "word women." February is "acting up" and we're asking: "How are you acting up for justice and equity?" Tell us about it. Send 150 words or less to editor@womenspress.com by Jan. 10.


Words matter
Profile: Tish Jones, spoken word poet, on building bridges and breaking down hierarchies with words
Love letters
Profile: Kalia Yang: Lyrical storytelling from Hmong refugee camp to the written page
Bookstore as a muse
Feature: Q&A with five women-owned independent booksellers in Minnesota
Lessons from Gloria
CoverArtist: Nancy Patrick Carney: It's all about figuring out the life you want to have
ThinkAboutIt January 2017
ThinkAboutIt: Women's brands led by men, girl-crazy books, mansplaining and more to think about
GoSeeDo January 2017
Calendar: 24-hour Smackdown, WARM art, memory play, cyborg soldiers and other women-focused events happening in January
Women's words matter
ThisIssue: The importance of independent feminist media and voices, now
Language lessons
SheSaid Shannon Drury: Pronouns matter
Language opens doors
ActNow: Minnesota Literacy Council volunteer Susan Moss learns from teaching English Language Learners
Changemakers 2016
ThisIssue: What role will you play in building a hopeful, inclusive and big-hearted future? These 2016 Changemakers are great examples for us all.
Bridging differences
ThisIssue: How do we contribute to breaking down walls and building bridges?
Honoring the dead
ActNow: The annual Simpson Shelter march and memorial for lost lives of the homeless
Transforming a rape culture continues today
BookShelf: Pamela Fletcher: Take back the day and night
"Suicide Survivors' Club"
YourStory: Laurie Phillips & Rebecca Anderson: A writer and an artist combine their talents to tell the personal experience of suicide and loss
Girls in STEM
OnYourMind: Alka Goyal: We need to strengthen our openness to girls and women in math and science
BE your resolution
OnYourMind: DeeDee Welles: Make stronger New Year pledges
We are all leaders
YourStory: Sophia Morrissette learned at a camp about genocide that we are stronger together than apart
YourThoughts January 2017
YourThoughts: Readers write about life-changing books by women authors

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This Week's Events
Free Time

The Significance of the Middle

Little Shop of Horrors

Winter Works

University of Minnesota Honors Program Presents Rachel Campos-Duffy,

Northrop Presents Batsheva Dance Company

Free Time

The Significance of the Middle

Little Shop of Horrors

Roseville High School Presents Neil Simon’s ‘Rumors’ January 25th through January 29th at RAHS Theater

Healing Waters Qigong

Sandbox Theatre presents Big Money


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