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  • GoSeeDo: August 2019
    August's highlighted events include events around the state, including Rochester, Afton to Shakopee, Forestville, Franconia and Gibbs Farm in Falcon Heights.
  • Minnesota Fringe Festival Sampler
    GoSeeDo: Some of our picks for women-focused Fringe Festival events.
  • Hearts of Our People
    Art of Living: A ground-breaking exhibit at the Minneapolis Institute of Art looks at how the legacy, relationships, and power of Native women creators have linked generations.
  • Resources on Abortion Rights
    Reports, books, website, and talking points about abortion rights.
  • July 2019 Go See Do
    July's highlighted events include Theater Latte Da, ukuleles in Lanesboro, trans- and black feminist-inspired dance, a puppetry festival, and the National Organization of Women conference — featuring a Minnesota Women' Press workshop.
  • Fragments of Military Service
    Chante Wolf shares a poem about her military service, to give voice to those who are no longer here.
  • A New World Dawning
    An exploration of three women's voices on the realities of war, the data of peace, and — from Medora Woods's "Collapse" —  an apt description of where women's leadership in policy, negotiation, peace-building, reconciliation, healing, and shifted narratives can take us. “Everyone and everything is connected to everyone and everything else. We are between worlds, the old one in shadow, and the new one barely dawning.”
  • June 2019 GoSeeDo highlights
    This month's calendar highlights include Pride Month events, Native Women's Art, elderly rockers, a tattoo fundraiser, 3-on-3 basketball, and more.
  • GoSeeDo: May 2019
    Pangea World Theater, Q-Stage 2019, Taste of Iceland, and artwork by Heather Friedli
  • Inspiring the Adventurer
    BookShelf: Reporter Siena Iwasaki Milbauer talked with National Geographic adventurer Erika Bergman, a submarine pilot, and author Trudi Trueit, in their recent visit to the Twin Cities to talk about the new Explorer Academy book series for young people.
  • The Incandescent Detail
    Art of Living: Maureen Aitken writes, "In that way, my writing was an act of love — a prayer in gratitude for what we had, and an antidote to all of the failed treatments. In this time we had together at the end, Mary Ann helped me see a way to survive by building an inner palace — a place no one could touch, both luminous and alive."
  • GoSeeDo: April 2019
    International Film Festival highlights women directors, Protecting the Lifegivers, Anti-Suffrage Satire,Textile Garage Sale, Earth Day 5K Bee Run, and more.
  • Contemplating Death
    BookShelf: "Reading a book by a mortician was not something I thought would be funny and moving — but it was... The journey and book are not about finding a singular way of dying well, but about celebrating the many diverse ways people have dealt with an inevitability."
  • Native Feminists Talk About Excellence
    At a panel discussion of Native women artists, organized by All My Relations Gallery, moderator Ananya Chatterjee asked, “As feminist artists, in your own ways, how do you interpret the notion of ‘excellence?’”
  • BookShelf: My Grandmother Eugenie Anderson
    Eugenie Moore Anderson, of Red Wing, achieved historic diplomatic status when President Truman appointed her in 1949 to be the first woman Ambassador for the United States.
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