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Editor's Message The conversations I have had recently…
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Nadia Mohamed, a young candidate in Saint Louis Park, is the first Somali-American mayor. Saint Paul elects an all-women city council. Several newcomers do well in Minneapolis. Nationally, protecting abortion rights rose significantly in states like Ohio and Virginia.
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We had a lengthy conversation with Minneapolis city council member Robin Wonsley for her perspectives on public safety and housing. She has been a strong voice advocating for major changes in both issues. As one of the state's few Socialist candidates elected to office, we also wanted to unpack ideology with her.
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"The oversight capacity of the City Council is going to really matter. I have a really strong value around police accountability, and talking about it honestly and bluntly, because we need to as the city of Minneapolis.”
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U.S. politics can sometimes seem immature and lacking in understanding of 'real people' problems. These young candidates are entering city council races to lead with a different kind of experience.
https://www.womenspress.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/10/santa-list-copy.jpg 729 1200 Lydia https://www.womenspress.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/reverse-1024x196.png Lydia2023-10-25 20:53:302023-11-16 08:36:56A Place for the Holidays After Foster Care
It might be easy to take for granted what…
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“I went to a few Duluth city council meetings. I looked at all the city council members — they all bring something to the table, absolutely — but it didn’t represent all of Duluth. One of my motivations for running was: representation.”
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As the new Hennepin County Attorney, Mary Moriarty…
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“Nobody had infant spots — it’s the hardest thing to come by."
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My wish for fosters who come after me is that success should not be based on luck.
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Minnesota Women’s Press visited Worthington and talked with 30 residents about their experiences in the city. Most participants who came to the discussion were from immigrant communities — including Mexico, Sudan, Somalia, Ethiopia, Laos.
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Minnesota Women’s Press is seeking a new partner in our growth…