Tag Archive for: dementia

CALL: What We Are Talking About This Week

Notes from our weekly Changemakers Alliance newsletter

On Morality, Transformation, and Vulnerability: A Talk by the Publisher

Historical perspectives about transformative justice, philosophy about human evolution, and stories from the Changemakers Alliance visits to statewide communities for the "Hometown Values & Vision" series.

Next Step Program: How Healing and Transformation Can Emerge From Violence

An elementary school child looked out the window and saw…

Commentary: My Abortion Experience in 1962

I was in a panic. I was sure there were doctors — and others — who would perform abortions for a price, but how to find one?

We Are Hiring: Membership & Development Director

Minnesota Women’s Press is seeking a new partner in our growth…

One Caregiver’s Perspective

Photo Sarah Whiting A cold blustery day last December was…

Familial Alzheimer’s disease

One family's work to change the future of Alzheimer's. "You can say that Alzheimer's is prevalent in my family. Every time one of us puts eggs in the pantry instead of the refrigerator, we think, 'This is it.'