commentary of everyday women about food and fashion Jametta Raspberry: Gristle In my house, nothing went to waste. Everyone was

  • 01/26/2020

On Preferences

This month’s topic: How are society’s tastes changing? We all wore uniforms at my Catholic elementary school, including the nuns

  • 01/26/2020

Making It Real

Growing up, I was afraid to express myself. I always had a love of reading, but I never told anyone

  • 01/26/2020

Hen Solo: My Life as a Chicken

It was after World War II in the U.S. that my cousins became science experiments. There was a contest in nearly all the

  • 01/25/2020

ERA Impressions from Virginia

ERA Minnesota sent two representatives to Richmond, Virginia, to help with the final push for the 38th state to ratify

  • 01/17/2020

Orphans of Skynet

A Korean Adoptee Meditates on the Science Fiction Poetics of Creation and Sacrifice According to my paper birthdate, May 12,

  • 12/23/2019


commentary of everyday women about starting points and roots

  • 12/23/2019

Where We Begin

“The past is an inheritance, a gift, and a burden. It can’t be shirked. You carry it everywhere. There’s nothing for it but to get to know it.”
— Jill Lepore

  • 12/23/2019
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35th Anniversary Book

Since 1985, Minnesota Women’s Press has been covering feminist issues and stories. What has evolved? What has stalled? What are

  • 12/22/2019

Kari Larson: Our Own Changemaker

Kari Larson started with Minnesota Women’s Press as a college intern more than 25 years ago. She was so invaluable

  • 11/26/2019