“The legal aspect is one thing, but the healing aspect is another. Often survivors have to pay out of pocket to receive services for trauma they endured by the hands of someone else.”
The women in the paintings do not shy away from telling the story of their injuries, but they are not defined by them.
We have to change the thinking that women are less.
I am the child of a sharecropper’s son and a coal miner’s daughter. The mining industry and union struggle are
We are experiencing a sort of collective trauma right now and I don’t believe that we’re prepared to deal with it – within our mental health system or more generally in society.
Public safety is a key factor in the Minneapolis elections this November. Here is where the candidates stand.
Our annual collection of women-friendly and women-led businesses is now online and at newsstands. Bookmark this page. Pick up the magazine and hold onto the 24-page insert.
Simply from August 7 to 10 this year, there were more than 15 shooting incidents reported in Minneapolis, and ten of them were fatal.
Reflections on the murder of George Floyd and the uprisings that followed, and on racism in Minnesota, as told by current residents of the state.
Will we support bills that value these workers with adequate training, fair wages, and benefits to show them how essential they really are?
How can solidarity be built to create stronger trauma and crisis management in Minnesota?