Reader Lisa Burke, a healthcare professional, mother, and grandmother, attended the “Women for Trump” panel discussion at Union Depot on
Nursing and Climate Change
Women’s Advocates, #MeToo, Disinformation
In 2008, I was running the Headwaters Foundation for Justice when the stock market crashed. Our strategic plan, which was
The glue that holds us together as human communities, the understanding that we are all connected to and responsible for each other, has been rendered invisible by the myth of the heroic, self-sufficient individual.
It was on September 8, 1919, that the Minnesota legislature finally voted yes, after 72 years of work on the
“Restorative justice,” the social worker said, “allows those who commit crimes to meet with the victims to talk about what happened and how to repair the harm.”
As women of color, we often find ourselves striving to get through our daily lives with our dignity, humanity, sense
pulled from the archived pages of Minnesota Women’s Press 1973 Roe vs. Wade is decided by the U.S. Supreme Court.
For more than 50 years, NARAL Pro-Choice Minnesota — aka the National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League — has