excerpted from the archives of Minnesota Women’s Press
As we conclude our theme focused on TIME, we want to go back to early years of Minnesota Women’s Press
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.’”
The investigative work of today is not just for those who are being hurt now — it is for ancestors and to prevent harm to those who are on their way.
1987: “A lot of it is chemical dependency problems and economic problems. It’s unfortunate that we don’t intervene in a meaningful way [first].”
This includes excerpts of articles published in Minnesota Women’s Press, which appears in “35 Years of Minnesota Women.“
This is an excerpt of an article published in Minnesota Women’s Press in August 1999, by reporter Patty Marsicano, which appears in “35 Years of Minnesota Women.“
This is derived from “35 Years of Minnesota Women.“
From the forthcoming book “35 Years of Minnesota Women” (expected publication date December 10). To order, go to our Buy-Book button at top menu.
“What people look like … is the visible cue to their caste. It is the historic flash card to the public of how they are to be treated, where they are expected to live, what kinds of positions they are expected to hold…”
Where are the leaders who can understand and honor the experiences and hopes of people in this society who are left out of the justice equation.