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Features
The Women's March momentum
Feature: Women showed up ... and keep showing up
Public Poetry
Profile: Junauda Petrus speaks out about race and gender equality despite a ban on her poem by the City of Minneapolis
Linda Anderson
Profile: Keeping her head up in difficult times
Activist Artist
CoverArtist: If you look closely, you'll notice a political edge in Kate Renee's coloring-book-like artwork
ThinkAboutIt November 2017
ThinkAboutIt: Honoring women in the arts ... and more to think about.
GoSeeDo November 2017
Calendar: Women Writing Out of War ... and other women-focused events happening in November
Women's Congress for Future Generations
Feature: Catalyzing actions on climate change, racial justice and community
Commentary
Making change at the Press
ThisIssue: Honoring stories of "rockstar activists" that create community and encourage activism
It's my last act
ActNow: Kathy Magnuson reflects on 16 years of ActNow columns
Cleaning house for political change
SheSaid: Shannon Drury asks "What possibilities arise when we push beyond our fears?"
Care for Mother Earth
ThisIssue: Women and young people work to protect our planetary home
Pesticides, people and potatoes
ActNow: Toxic Taters: Minnesotans affected by pesticides band together for safer farming practices
Glacial observations
SheSaid Tami Mohamed Brown: "This glacier is a rip-off!"
Do you have a calling?
ThisIssue: What we are called to do and how we define ourselves
ReadersWrite
Inspired Leadership
BookShelf: Amy Klobuchar on the leadership and courage of Minnesota Supreme Court Justice Rosalie Wahl

The double standard
OnYourMind: Patricia Torres Ray on the unequal treatment of women running for office
A tradition of giving
OnYourMind: Jacqueline A. Dorsey: I don't call it charity
Why I have Snapchat
YourStory: Pamela DeLoatch gives tips for lifelong learning endeavors
Gifts of kindness
YourStory: Diane Emerson on a gift that continues to resonate
Baking holiday memories
YourStory: Delicious traditions from Beatrice Ojkangas
YouSaid November 2017
YouSaid: Letters from Women's Press readers

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