“If we can shift the paradigm then we can change the culture and the inheritance that the coming generation gets.” — Luisah Teish
In 2009, I was dragged into a new reality — one in which restoring Minnesota’s Northwoods to its historical grandeur is not possible due to the state’s fast-warming climate.
In this time of isolation, I have been reminded how lucky we are to have books that introduce us to
Do you know how long ago Minnesota efforts to improve multicultural education began?
I spent countless hours wandering the music section of the library, searching for clues, a little inspiration, and a quiet distraction from my impending deadlines.
As an ambitious fourth grader, I set out to write the next Great American Novel. There was one problem: in
Women have long been some of the most eloquent and impactful writers when it comes to nature and ecology. They
based on a book by Erika Lee A large segment of the U.S. population worried that immigrants were too numerous
The following is excerpted from Lorna Landvik’s 2019 novel “Chronicles of a Radical Hag (With Recipes).” Throughout the book, Landvik
On a January day in 2001, my mother and I sat together in the Gale Family Library at the Minnesota