Editor Mikki Morrissette recently attended the global, virtual @SkolFoundation three-day conference focused on “Closing the Distance.” Here are a few
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There are winding roads that lead to systems and policy change. This is a snapshot of one of them, still in process, related to sexual assault legislation.
We are building a conversation with some of the women featured in our April issue about the Missing and Murdered
We want our patients to know that we are trusting them to know their bodies.
We want our families to stay together — we just want the domestic violence to go away. Currently the system makes us choose between one or the other.
“Families were communal in the past. I hope that this is something we take away [from the pandemic] — how can we lend support to one another?”
There are four ways to support our work to create solidarity and uplift voices to regenerate the values and progress
Our annual collection of women-friendly and women-led businesses is now online and at newsstands. Bookmark this page. Pick up the
634 people filled out the Minnesota Women’s Press annual readers’ survey. Here are the results.
It truly is, for some, a Silent Spring. As I write this from my home, the streets outside are still,
Nearly 150 women gathered on December 5, 2019, in celebration of five special honorees who were recognized by Minnesota Women’s