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
“I am no longer accepting the things I cannot change. I am changing the things I cannot accept.” — Angela Davis
“We women turn things inside out and set things right. We salvage what we can of human garments and piece the rest into blankets.
— Louise Erdrich, “Four Souls”
“My vision of any future that we might have is that it will be led by women.”—Alice Walker
This issue of Minnesota Women’s Press is about listening to the vision and voices of our new, empowered, feminist leaders.
Growing up in the 1960s and 1970s, in what was then the small town of Prior Lake, I connected with
For more than 100 years, behavioral psychologists have known that punishment does not prevent most crime. What mattered for improving
During a recent visit to Washington D.C., my kids and I visited museums that reminded us how humanity can fail
Pivot points are what I call those meaningful moments that end up leading to an unexpected trajectory in a person’s