Being a feminist is not about defining the world as patriarchy or matriarchy, or even about correcting the notion that gender determines abilities. It is about building equality into all of our social and economic ecosystems.
In this Quaranzine we ask: How will we transform together?
Minnesota Women’s Press editor Mikki Morrissette talked with magazine columnist Ellie Krug on her “Ellie 2.0” show on AM950 progressive
In these stories, community is as much about seeing oneself represented as it is finding a connection with others.
It is not simply the politics of our choices that dictate our future. The microbes our planet consists of have a stronger voice than money can buy.
I suspect many of us today who are required, and privileged, to stay indoors are beginning to feel suspended somewhere between relishing home life and being bewildered by it.
What if we talked more about how much we truly depend on each other? What if we refocused our conversations and stories on the relationships that enable us to be a society?
We are launching a series of statewide conversation circles about women and money. Offer your input at: tinyurl.com/MWPMoneyForums
This month’s topic: How are society’s tastes changing? We all wore uniforms at my Catholic elementary school, including the nuns
“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