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The education of a strong woman
SheSaid Shannon Drury on raising a feminist daughter
My family's Green Card process
SheSaid Tami Mohamed Brown shares her personal immigration narrative
SheSaid Alondra Cano is reminded of the importance of building a powerful female voice
The view from here
SheSaid Tami Mohamed Brown watches her environment change before her eyes

Language lessons
SheSaid Shannon Drury: Pronouns matter
Mapping the world
SheSaid Tami Mohamed Brown: Borders as recognition that humanity is connected and responsible to one another
My life's work, the work of a lifetime
SheSaid Shannon Drury: Heidi was my hero
I started out singing
SheSaid Tami Mohamed Brown sings out
Worldwide action for women
SheSaid Rosalyn Park: Monitoring and documenting women's human rights violations
Ladies Against Women
SheSaid A plea to readers of the Minnesota Ladies' Press from Mrs. Matthew Black
Bad people from Other Places
SheSaid Tami Mohamed Brown reflects on the fear of those from "Other Places"
Being small
SheSaid: Shannon Drury finds comfort in gently connecting with the specks of dust that we are
Freedom is not the last word
SheSaid Sondra Samuels of the Northside Achievement Zone on keeping children safe from gun violence
Art as magnet, art as compass
SheSaid: Tami Mohamed Brown explores art as part of the physical landscape
Swimming lesson
SheSaid: MWP columnist Tami Mohamed Brown dog-paddles toward a life lesson
Fed up with food fads
SheSaid: Reading for labels and counting grams of sugar has MWP columnist Shannon Drury exasperated
On finding a creative rhythm
SheSaid: MWP columnist Tami Mohamed Brown, inspired in high school typing class, finds melody in her words
Why I stand for my convictions in spite of challenges
SheSaid: Nekima Levy-Pounds' personal experiences fueled her desire to fight for justice and be a voice for the voiceless
What do ALL women want?
SheSaid: MWP columnist Shannon Drury on intersectionality and dismantling oppression in all its interdependent forms
Chalk on pavement
SheSaid: MWP columnist Tami Mohammed Brown leaves words in surprising places for others to discover

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