What gives me optimism is conversation around not just police reform, but race and systemic issues. This time feels significantly different — the level of outcry across the world that has happened.
I began to write, and reach out to, and speak up for those who share dark experiences.
Shame and reluctance to discuss experiences with colleagues or support staff in a male-dominated career field often delay veterans’ seeking out help.
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A deep dive into the light and dark of relying on philanthropy, including lists of suggested community-based transformation funds in Minnesota.
Minnesota Women’s Press has been following the work to serve the unsheltered this winter. Here is some good news from Hennepin County.
“What is money but a way to measure value, to facilitate exchange? And what is exchange but a type of relationship between people?”
Questions we had for Angela: In 1920, there were nearly a million African American farmers. Today, there are 45,508. How did
We talked with Nicole Archbold of the Minnesota Department of Public Safety about topics ranging from defunding police to how we get past an ‘us versus them’ mentality in justice work.
Richardson opened with the reminder that we are beyond asking a child “what’s wrong with you” and are replacing it with “what has happened to you?”