Teen Activists: No Waiting

“The youth are told that we are the future. That is a huge title to uphold.”

  • 11/25/2020

Women for Political Change: Equitable Restructuring

“WFPC is a means to an end. As we make these transitions, our goal is to sustain the work of the revolution as a whole, and our community’s work, and not the nonprofit organization itself.”

  • 11/25/2020

The Delmar Divide: Wall Street Vs Black Power

The Delmar Divide: Wall Street vs Black Power Wednesday, July 1, 6pm CST Register via Zoom: The Uhuru Solidarity

  • 07/01/2020

PACER Center Annual Benefit

PACER guests will spend the evening of April 25 being entertained by Motown co-founder Smokey Robinson, who has been called

  • 04/25/2020

It’s Time to Act! | Facing the Truth: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

It’s Time to Act!™ Facing the Truth: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women When you think of “We the People of

  • 04/16/2020

Votes for Women, Ja!

This one-woman theatrical presentation and lecture traces the pivotal contributions of Nordic immigrant suffragists to voting rights in Minnesota. Presenter

  • 04/04/2020

The Rape of Lucretia

Arbeit Opera Theatre (AOT) presents a new production of Benjamin Britten’s poignant opera The Rape of Lucretia during Women’s History

  • 03/21/2020

Minnesota National Period Day Rally

On October 19th, National Period Day, there will be rallies in all 50 states mobilizing to elevate the conversation surrounding

  • 10/19/2019

Shameless: Dinner & Discotheque

Dine and dance the night away to the groovy rhythms of disco’s four-on-the-floor beats from DJ Tricky Miki. Drinks and

  • 10/17/2019

Seeking Diversity in Environmental Activism

Ecosystem content is made possible by Organic Lawns by LUNSETH Rachel Carson’s “Silent Spring” book in 1962 ushered in wider discussion

  • 03/01/2018

Activist Artist: If you look closely, you’ll notice a political edge in Kate Renee’s coloring-book-like artwork

The first thing you notice when you look at a collection of paintings by artist Kate Renee are the eyes

  • 11/01/2017

‘When Women Were Birds’ “I am my mother but I am not. I am my grandmother but I am not.”

Terry Tempest Williams is a naturalist, writer and environmental advocate.  Rooted in the American West, her family has lived in

  • 05/01/2013