It’s scarier [now] for patients and for providers — there are targets on our backs, but we’re committed to meeting people’s needs.
How free is the choice to have an abortion when disability is imagined to mean the end of potential?
“A patient said to me, ‘You’ve given me my future back.’ When somebody says that to you, how do you not keep going?”
— Tammi Kromenaker, clinic director at Red River Women’s Clinic in Moorhead
What we are talking about the week of May 24 around the state
Minneapolis police chief Brian O’Hara: “I perceived that everyone here wanted to change: residents, government, police officers. And I was wrong. People absolutely want progress, but people don’t really want change.”
This ongoing series of testimonials shares the stories of pain direct from mothers of Black sons killed by police
“We’re seeing a resurgence of interest in restorative justice, because it resonates, I think, at the core with so many of us.”
“Our superpower is getting people with great insights into the same space.”
— publisher Mikki Morrissette
Changemakers Alliance is the Minnesota Women’s Press extension that creates deep dive stories, partly by hosting and sharing public conversations about core topics that impact people statewide.
Asking for help was the hardest and most cathartic self-advocacy I have ever accomplished.
There has been no cultural or political reckoning or processing of the loss that many of us experienced during the pandemic.
We will have fun swag bags, 25 vendors, and good Q&A with experts. Early bird registration ends April 14. (Walk-ins don’t get swag bags, so sign up today!)