Seraphia Gravelle (Aguallo) was 17 years old when she moved to Minnesota’s Iron Range from Texas to be close to
“This experience was core to shaping my identity.”
It was her words “how dare you” that made me sit with my ideas about reproductive rights.
A Conversation with J’Mag Karbeah, Health Equity Researcher
MPD officers, supervisors, and field training officers receive deficient training, which emphasizes a paramilitary approach to policing that results in officers unnecessarily escalating encounters or using inappropriate levels of force.
It is not easy to access and maintain land, and Minnesota farmers — especially those of color and those who want to use sustainable practices — are struggling.
Q&A with Qannani Omar
We believe children see and understand much more than adults think they do.
“The term Critical Race Theory is being used as a catch-all for people’s fears and anxieties. This has been happening forever. It is odd that it is working.”
The museum is a community gathering space, and a platform for Black artists, authors and creatives. We’re working to build a legacy and establish an institution in the Black community.
The first time Karlyn Eckman (who uses any pronouns) was featured in Minnesota Women’s Press, in 2007, they were working
Reflections on the murder of George Floyd and the uprisings that followed, and on racism in Minnesota, as told by former residents of the state