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The theme for March is women's history. April's theme is "global women" and May's theme is "Generations." We're asking: "How would you like your generation of women to be remembered?" Tell us about it. Send 150 words or less to editor@womenspress.com by April 10.



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Features
Ojibwe women
Profile: Brenda Child, scholar of Native history, speaks to her family's stories
Women's history on center stage
Profile: Playwright Laurie Flanigan Hegge creates theater from local stories
Equal rights - unfinished business
Feature: Legislators are trying to finally ratify the Equal Rights Amendment - proposed to Congress since 1923
Vintage views
CoverArtist: Carmen McCullough tells mixed-media stories with old photographs and letters
ThinkAboutIt March 2017
ThinkAboutIt: Voice from history, Oregon's woman governor, diverse liberty, child care costs, learning who is smart and more to think about
GoSeeDo March 2017
Calendar: Women's history month/International Women's Day events, healing from trauma, challenging Islamaphobia, and other women-focused events happening in March
Water is life
Feature: The women of Standing Rock are caretakers, life givers and protectors of the sacred
Commentary
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
Motherlines
SheSaid Alondra Cano is reminded of the importance of building a powerful female voice
The impact of domestic violence
LeaderVoice: Safia Khan: MN Coalition for Batterd Women's annual Femicide Report
Is it you?
ThisIssue: The Minnesota Women's Press is looking for leaders
Presidents Day for feminists
ActNow: Contribute to radical women on this February holiday
The view from here
SheSaid Tami Mohamed Brown watches her environment change before her eyes

ReadersWrite
When your grandmother is hidden
BookShelf:Duchess Harris reveals her grandmother's hidden history at NASA
The legal fight against hostile work environments is far from over
OnYourMind: Jean Boler revisits the landmark case of the Eveleth Mines


Talk with your grandparents
OnYourMind: Questions to get the conversation started
Leadership learning as a circus camp counselor
YourStory:Natalie Duncan: Communication practice is vital
Women's March Reflections
YourReflections: Readers write about their experiences participating in Marches in St. Paul and Washington D.C.
YourThoughts March 2017
YourThoughts: MWP Readers write about women from history they would interview
YouSaid March 2017
YouSaid: Letters from Women's Press readers

Camp GuideElder GuideGoSeeDo GuideWomen's Directory 2016 - 17


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