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Bystanders to Upstanders
ThisIssue: The difference between standing out, back, by - and up.
Beyond slacktivism
ActNow: Christina Meyer founded a high school social justice club
Worldwide action for women
SheSaid Rosalyn Park: Monitoring and documenting women's human rights violations
What's so funny?
ThisIssue: On Lucille Ball and the perspectives of female comedy
Lighten up
ActNow: Heather Meyer's annual sketch "The Historical Comedybration (with fabulous prizes)"
How humor helps heal
LeaderVoice: Jen Polzin on using therapeutic humor
Ladies Against Women
SheSaid A plea to readers of the Minnesota Ladies' Press from Mrs. Matthew Black
ThisIssue: The editors' endorsement for President - reflecting this issue's theme of "together and apart"
Minnesota-friendly signs
ActNow: Bosnian refugee Veda Partalo finds a solution to the unwelcoming nature of some in today's U.S. culture
Bad people from Other Places
SheSaid Tami Mohamed Brown reflects on the fear of those from "Other Places"
Sisters in spirit
ThisIssue: The March spirituality-themed magazine shares voices of women from many different perspectives.
Embracing differences
ActNow: The Interfaith Youth Connection works to reduce prejudice and misconceptions
Being small
SheSaid: Shannon Drury finds comfort in gently connecting with the specks of dust that we are
Gender and Torah
LeaderVoice: Avi Strausberg finds her voice in the Jewish tradition
Taking new aim
ThisIssue: Being against gun violence includes talking with neighbors, families, friends and legislators
Freedom is not the last word
SheSaid Sondra Samuels of the Northside Achievement Zone on keeping children safe from gun violence
Safety in numbers
ActNow: The more you talk about gun safety, the easier it becomes - there are many more on the side of gun sense
Art with purpose
ThisIssue: Movement toward equality and change through women's arts and stories.
A mission with yarn
ActNow: CheyOnna Sewell creates an activist community through knitting
Art as magnet, art as compass
SheSaid: Tami Mohamed Brown explores art as part of the physical landscape

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