It is time to put the power of our unique community into statewide action.
Americans put a lot of energy and political investment into an inflated capitalist system that is only a sliver of how our communities work.
I really hope we realize that we cannot wait for some catastrophic event to respond.
We all have stakes in what this region means to us and our families. What if we acknowledged the complexities?
Food. Water. Care. For once, let justice start there.
Excerpted from “The Stone Tomahawk” in Linda LeGarde Grover, “Gichigami Hearts: Stories and Histories from Misaabekong” from the University of Minnesota Press, October 2021.
A change to the charter system with this ballot question — which was proposed by the Charter Commission — would consolidate more power in the hands of the mayor.
There are very few protections for homeowners who are part of Common Interest Communities (CIC). There are few substantial means of accountability for the boards who run associations.
I recently had a chance to spend nine days in New York City, where I had lived for 18 years.
With a teacher, a net connection, and information-filled digital devices tucked safely in the palms of their sweet little hands, who could stop these girls from learning?
In a Minnesota hotel last week, the hallways are full of recently arrived people from Afghanistan. Some of the doors
I am writing this commentary after years of being fed up with the simplistic nature of the abortion debate. I see what is happening in Texas.