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Identity

Something Bigger Than Myself: Emily Boyajian Talks With Mikey Marget

"The identity question is tough, because it’s not just one thing."

Art Is Work: Grover Hogan Talks With Drew Maude-Griffin

"I always say that I make art for my mom."

It’s This Collaboration: Sayge Carroll Talks With Valerie Oliveiro

"I’m responding to my brain instead of trying to make it do what I want it to do."

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Ellie Krug on How to Open Vulnerability and Compassion

“In many spaces, I am the first transgender person they've ever met. For me, that's a great responsibility, so I'm always trying to set the right tone to let people know that I'm really just like them.”

2023 Changemaker Hli Xyooj: Bridging the Hmong Community

“How do I empower myself by empowering my community?”

Expressing Ourselves Throughout History

Exploring, nurturing, and truly feeling gender is not something reserved for queer people, or for young people.

Anisa Hagi-Mohamed’s Affirmations

I feel like colonialism, war, and trauma have changed our language and mindsets. It doesn’t feel right. We come from such an abundant culture.

When Cultures Combine: The LinkingLeaders Partnership

“As the demographics of our communities change, and as we develop this multiracial identity, and our communities are merging, it’s important to have a broader understanding of our shared history — even though we’re still quite segregated in Minnesota."

Images from the Chisholm Juneteenth Celebration

Getting to know ourselves better. A glimpse of Minnesota communities: Juneteenth in Chisholm, and North Minneapolis.

Global Mind-Body Circles

I never imagined, sitting at home, typing away, that I would be involved in a revolution. Yet here I am. Here we are.

How to Learn a Language

Lately, I’ve been trying to dream a little bigger about what I do know in my first language.

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.

Commentary: “Florida”

Ellie Krug (she/her) has a radio show on AM950, and speaks and…

Out of a Box

If there was a class focused on gender identity at my school, I know I wouldn’t have been comfortable speaking up about my experience around the individuals who were stereotyping me because of how I looked.
Alma Silver

Reimagining “Self-Advocacy” as a Disabled Woman

Asking for help was the hardest and most cathartic self-advocacy I have ever accomplished.