Tag Archive for: Duluth

When Violence Was Considered a Private Matter

Understanding the history of Minnesota's movement to transform responses to domestic violence — and how it needs adjustment today.

New Indigenous and LGBTQ+ Voices That Will Represent Minnesotans

At the state capitol, there is a historic slate of LGBTQ+ candidates and Native candidates. Here are parts of our conversations with some of them.

Step 1: Expand Treatment Centers

We can interrupt the cycle of children aging up into homelessness, which is a problem in our state.

Sue Purchase: Guerrilla Public Health Provider

Overdose deaths in the U.S. rose to over 93,000 in 2020 — up from 70,630 in 2019 — which was the largest amount ever recorded in a 12-month period.

The Stone Tomahawk

Excerpted from “The Stone Tomahawk” in Linda LeGarde Grover, "Gichigami Hearts: Stories and Histories from Misaabekong" from the University of Minnesota Press, October 2021.

Roots of the Crisis

The investigative work of today is not just for those who are being hurt now — it is for ancestors and to prevent harm to those who are on their way.

Alicia Kozlowski: Leading With Heart

Growing up, Alicia Kozlowski was exposed to sicknesses including…

The Responsibility of Being Visible

As a middle-aged white lady, I usually need to check my…

2013 Changemakers: The Girls Restorative Program

"We made statues with words that express how we should be." — Rashonda, 16