For the Women in the Dorms
The inefficacy of the legal system is clear.
Currently, political pressure — and increased pandemic-related federal aid — is leading to more funding for crisis response that goes beyond law enforcement.
Twenty years ago, the main characters — Ojibwe cousins Sher and Kris — emerged during a short writing exercise. It
As we conclude our theme focused on TIME, we want to go back to early years of Minnesota Women’s Press
The people in these pages remind us that this moment in time is very much connected to what came before and what will follow.
I approach time cautiously now, its vast continuum billowing into space, uncertain as an opera with no clear ending.
I receive updates each month about relatives that are linked to my genetics, many of whom are unknown to me.
Though it would be better not to carry any suitcase other than my body, which is — mostly anyway — vents, memories, and naked bones.
We do not just want to be women elected and sitting in seats, being disregarded and not listened to.
“The feeling persists that ‘a woman can’t win out here.’”
Reflections on the murder of George Floyd and the uprisings that followed, and on racism in Minnesota, as told by former residents of the state