Legacy Story: An Oral History of Minnesota Women’s Press (1999)

We are trying to tell stories about women’s lives.

Legacy Story: A Newspaper in Which We See Ourselves (1985)

The first issue of Minnesota Women's Press.

We Are Proud!

Minnesota Women's Press won second-place awards in the Minnesota Newspaper Association for Sarah Whiting's photography and for this website.

Describe a pivotal moment that impacted your life

The Sting of Being Excluded I was the tallest girl in grade…

“You Rule. What Is Your First Action?”

Image by TukTukDesign from Pixabay Thank You for Electing…

My Dog Owns Me

Amy with Dora. Photo Sarah Whiting My husband and I are…

Re-Envisioning Equity

When diverse voices are not invited, or do not feel welcome, to join conversations in rooms where important decisions are being made, the dollars that are distributed don’t include that community.

How Can We Talk To Each Other?

Six steps to talking with someone who doesn't see things the same way as you do.

How I Found My Future

Photo Sarah Whiting I was a straight-A student and on the high…

Women’s Guide to Voting

A history timetable of women's right to vote in Minnesota

We Are All Criminals

Baxter’s juxtaposition of photographs and stories reveals how much race and privilege affect which future a person might have after making a mistake. As she reveals, we are all criminals; some simply get penalized differently than others, and are restricted from growing past their mistakes.

Offering Home Support

Investing in services that enable older adults to remain independent, while providing peace of mind to caregivers, will help make communities stronger and more self-sufficient.