Point of View

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Riot or Resistance? (Part 1)

Danielle Kilgo is a researcher now based at the University of Minnesota focused on how media contributes to uneven power dynamics and diversity issues, including police brutality and social movements against violence and racism. This is the first of a two-part essay, published with her permission, that combines commentaries she published at The Conversation.

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Tapestry: How Does Art Transform Community?

Even outside of my studio, I often question the source and process inherent in my surroundings.

  •  04/23/2021

Community

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Greater MN: Collaboration to Improve Broadband

This is part of a deeper story Minnesota Women’s Press is doing for its “Reconstruction” theme in June

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Outer Experiences

There is, however, another layer to the mission: explore what it means to be a Black Minnesotan.

  •  04/23/2021

Self

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Op-Ed: Ending Period Poverty

Periods are expensive. If you’ve had one, you understand that period products are not optional to use. As someone who

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The Poetry of Family

Sometimes it can be easier for people to open up to a stranger.

  •  04/23/2021