Nearly 150 women gathered on December 5, 2019, in celebration of five special honorees who were recognized by Minnesota Women’s
Since her childhood in Chicago, Antoinette Smith has been an innovator equipped to face challenge. She is the only girl
“Native people are collected in Natural History museums because that is how we have always been viewed. It helps to perpetuate that idea of us being extinct.”
Joy Dolo’s mission is to create opportunities for diverse performers to share their stories and transform narratives. It drives her
Kim Norton was accustomed to being the “first” when she was elected in 2018 as the first woman to serve
I might be the first Buddhist program director at a Christian seminary. After I wrote an article in 2016 about
It’s all socially constructed, so you have equal amounts of compassion for the person who’s being battered and the person who’s battering. You’ll never end oppression with oppression.
Elaine Wynne, the founder and president of the Veteran Resilience Project (VRP), almost gave up on the project in 2011.
Montoya-Barthelemy is passionate about helping communities find a holistic approach to sexual and reproductive health. As she puts it, “Sexual health is life force.”
Parents everywhere spring into action for their children, but not all parents are like Valerie Shirley, whose son’s challenges led