I will soon turn 66. I had thought that by this age, I would mostly be doing the two things
We talked with candidates and other Minnesota engaged in politics about how reproductive rights, public safety, and education are impacting voters.
So what will solve the problem? Public funding.
“We have so many people saying that what students are learning in school is not relevant, and young people are saying the same.”
“This experience was core to shaping my identity.”
Post–School Shooting Guide, Tech Gaps
Last spring, I was aboard a student research vessel with fellow college students to conduct research projects that ranged from phytoplankton studies to plastics and biological surveys.
She cautioned that my status as a transgender woman likely would generate some strong negativity, and given that, she would understand if I wanted to pass on running.
This ongoing series of conversations with Minnesota women about their engagement in politics was created as a collaboration between Amra
Education about climate change has been largely nonexistent in K–12 schools until recently.
Parents recognized that their children were displaying behavioral problems at school, but not at home. I realized there was a problem bigger than they even knew.
Phase Two of the CALL housing movement will begin this summer, which could include a scorecard of legislators’ work on behalf of solving the housing crisis.