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October's theme is "the earth is my home." In November we celebrate "rockstar women activists" and we're asking: "How have you taken action or raised your voice since the Women's March last January?" Tell us about it. Send 150 words or less to editor@womenspress.com by October 10.



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Features
Women's Congress for Future Generations
Feature: Catalyzing actions on climate change, racial justice and community
Environmental justice in North Minneapolis
Feature:"When women lead, we take others with us"
Akilah Sanders-Reed: Youth climate intervenor
Profile: Envisioning a better future for our planet - and working to protect it
Earth as home
CoverArtist: A Q&A with Carolyn Lee Anderson on how her art and identity are tied to the earth
ThinkAboutIt October 2017
ThinkAboutIt: Touchdowns, reversibility... and more to think about.

GoSeeDo October 2017
Calendar: These Shining Lives, Body and Sold, and other women-focused events happening in October
A calling for justice
Feature: Staffing the help line at the Sexual Violence Center is a "calling" for its volunteers
New paths to the religious life
Feature: The Visitation Sisters and the St. Joseph Workers Program are religious organizations that offer contemporary opportunities for women to answer a "call"
Commentary
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
What you're called matters
ActNow: A group of students take action to redefine and rename their school
A call to be vulnerable
SheSaid: Shannon Drury on the courage to keep going
Bodywise
ThisIssue: The beauty that comes from within and the wisdom of our bodies
Girls on the Run
ActNow: Girls make plans and set goals from community service to running a 5K
ReadersWrite
Seeing grey in a fractured land
BookShelf: Lisa Westberg Peters on her family's complicated involvement in fracking
Women on Wheels for Wild Lands
YourStory: Four women biking across the country to raise awareness about the threats to public lands
Salad-eating poultry athletes
YourStory: An open letter to the man offended by our name, Locally Laid
Thinking out loud
OnYourMind: Barbara Brenner: toward a new research strategy for breast cancer
How do I get my own "Simple Home"?
OnYourMind: Sarah Nettleton on simplifying in an overly complex world
Seeking dog care
OnYourMind: Ann Warren on finding the best fit for your furry pal
YouSaid October 2017
YouSaid: Letters from Women's Press readers
YourThoughts October 2017
YourThoughts: Women's Press readers write about climate change.

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