What Can Feminists Make of the Eugenicist History of Abortion?

How free is the choice to have an abortion when disability is imagined to mean the end of potential?

  • 05/24/2023
  • 05/11/2023
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NEWS: Two Recent Minneapolis Events Showcase New Imagination Around Public Safety

Junauda Petrus and Rep. María Isa are helping to bring attention to long-standing and generally underappreciated approaches to address public safety

  • 05/08/2023

Farming Needs Addressed in Town Hall and Omnibus Agriculture Bill

“I would like to see a proliferation of farmers markets in Greater Minnesota and regional community markets. The more we can invest in them, the better.”

  • 05/06/2023

Supporting Underserved Students

She saw what was possible for me long before I did.

  • 04/26/2023
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Deep Dive: Teaching Multicultural History Passes Into Law — With Similar Opposition from a Few Decades Ago

Deep reporting of the wide perspectives of Minnesota legislators in discussing the ethnic studies bill proposed for an impending vote.

  • 04/26/2023

2023 Legislative Priorities (Part 2)

As of March 29, 2023, in a week when omnibus bills are being fine-tuned for final steps in the legislative process this session.

  • 03/30/2023

Reimagining “Self-Advocacy” as a Disabled Woman

Asking for help was the hardest and most cathartic self-advocacy I have ever accomplished.

  • 03/30/2023
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Emotional Press Conference With House Legislators About Public Safety

Just before a House Floor Session was set to begin on Feb. 20, a press conference was held to discuss

  • 02/21/2023

Let the Black Women Say Asé

We would tell stories about our origins, and what we have endured, on our own terms, without whiteness determining how we should tell those stories.

  • 01/25/2023

Coding a Better World

Cassi Johnson & Sharon Kennedy Vickers

  • 12/29/2022

Building a Bigger Bench

Patricia Torres Ray & Joan Blakey

  • 12/29/2022