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Bystanders to Upstanders
ThisIssue: The difference between standing out, back, by - and up.
What's so funny?
ThisIssue: On Lucille Ball and the perspectives of female comedy
ThisIssue: The editors' endorsement for President - reflecting this issue's theme of "together and apart"
Sisters in spirit
ThisIssue: The March spirituality-themed magazine shares voices of women from many different perspectives.
Taking new aim
ThisIssue: Being against gun violence includes talking with neighbors, families, friends and legislators
Art with purpose
ThisIssue: Movement toward equality and change through women's arts and stories.
ThisIssue: This year's Changemakers are all people who weren't going to take it anymore
Women's worth
ThisIssue: Value, worth and money have been complicated concepts for women
Water women
ThisIssue: Women protect the most necessary element.
Food for thought
ThisIssue: Food is a feminist issue.
Place shapes our lives
ThisIssue: Where we live can keep us safe, inspire us or harm us - and sometimes does all three
Whose voices matter?
ThisIssue: Although there is stark gender inequality across other media outlets, we believe in the power of sharing women's stories
Take action for Mother Earth
ThisIssue: Women are coming together and taking the lead in protecting the environment, globally and locally
What do women want?
ThisIssue: We think women want respect, to be treated as equal human beings and to live in a world that is safe
Now we are 30
ThisIssue: We have been telling stories by, for and about women since 1985
Why images and words matter
ThisIssue: For some, this year's Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition cover was completely out of bounds. Does it matter? Yes.
Women as protectors
ThisIssue: What do you love enough to protect? Whether you wear a superhero cape or not, we are called to be protectors
Discernment: Yes? No?
ThisIssue: What will you be saying Yes or No to in the new year?
Do something
ThisIssue: Each year we honor Minnesota individuals and organizations who have worked to make positive change for women and girls.
Moving the dial
ThisIssue: This issue we share women's stories about the speed - or lack of speed - of things

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