The women in the paintings do not shy away from telling the story of their injuries, but they are not defined by them.
I believe the only way to harness time is by linking ourselves to something eternal.
The first time Karlyn Eckman (who uses any pronouns) was featured in Minnesota Women’s Press, in 2007, they were working
“Everyone is still embedded in the false idea that they will always have access to lots of water.”
Last in our series of “Where Are They Now?” vignettes about environmentalists in Minnesota
Introduction written by Kristy Ornelas For the majority of my life, the faces I saw recreating and educating on the
Why the land? Because Mother Earth can hold it.
Book discussion guide: “Finding the Mother Tree,” by Suzanne Simard
The current exhibit has new material from 40 additional years of research. There are new themes, such as addiction, mental health, animal intelligence, and plant intelligence.
There are several community healing spaces available this week
“We need to demonstrate that it’s not an oxymoron to be a Christian feminist,” said one of the conference organizers.
I feel there is no way of healing from this without the support and collaboration of others.