Two formerly incarcerated women share their stories.
Now that I am 81, I am learning about many things for the first time. There were times when I could have spoken out about injustice in the past and did not. Why didn’t I?
Isolation and connection are not separate, nor are they opposites.
I spent several hours reading the notecards and remembering what it was like to be loved unconditionally.
One afternoon, pre-pandemic, I was searching for the courage to get divorced and drove alone to a small restaurant about
One of the ongoing features Minnesota Women’s Press has done for several decades is connect with three particular women who are the same age as this publication.
“It was hard to figure out if they were being discriminated against because of their race, religion, or ethnicity. For many people in the Muslim community, they [face all] three.”
“The youth are told that we are the future. That is a huge title to uphold.”
The recorded Visual Q&A, “In These Times: An Intergenerational Conversation” with Carolyn Holbrook and Tess Montgomery
“If we can shift the paradigm then we can change the culture and the inheritance that the coming generation gets.” — Luisah Teish
They say if you have a secret, you should tell it to a willow.
Symptoms include sleeplessness, difficulty making decisions, feeling out of control, and even guilt about being alive.