Navigating at Home

As I grow older, I find myself less driven by adrenaline, pride, or passion to change the world. I am more energized by the simple gatherings in my own community.

Mourning in the Age of Social Amnesia

There has been no cultural or political reckoning or processing of the loss that many of us experienced during the pandemic.

Talking to Boys About Masculinity: A Conversation With Felix Martinez-Paz

We are tired because we’re carrying this backpack every day, heavy with expectations and stereotypes.

Strokeland

Men are far more likely to divorce their chronically ill or disabled spouses than are women.

Minnesota Women’s Press 2023 Youth Resource Guide: Jobs and Activities

Our annual summer guide with at least 80 camps, internships, work opportunities, and scholarships

Discussion on the Homeless Youth Act (HF444)

Rep. Hodan Hassan encouraged people to visit or volunteer at a shelter to understand the people facing these issues.

Values & Vision: Collective Action Against Aggression

It is time, she writes, to become our own protection system to thwart aggressors.

Discussing Domestic Violence and Homeless Youth at Legislature

Rep. Kristin Bahner (DFL–37B)  January 24 — Rep.…

A Piece of Family

Through making a story from the pieces of her life, I came to embrace Harriet as an unconventional sort of mentor.

Healthy Horses

When Mary Hartman sat down at her kitchen table in Rochester in 2017, she did not know she was about to start a six-figure business.

2022 Changemaker Kimberly Pilgrim: Champion for Resilience

She witnessed the power of standing up, facing fear, and finding one’s agency — a power she has guided other women to unearth within themselves over the past 25 years.

Dogs and Cats Are More Alike Than You Might Think

Curious — like my cat — I did some research.