Ready to get your kids out of the house this summer? Here are the trainings, camps, and internship options we
I do not want to keep having marches to remember these beautiful women and relatives because something awful happened to them. We have to be proactive.
Restorative approaches allow justice to be “done with you” and not “done to you.”
“My past should not predict my future. This is just a different way of labeling.”
A child who is loved, educated, mentored, and healed is more likely to face adversities with resilience and contribute to
Ethnic Studies has been added to graduation requirements in Minnesota. The Minneapolis School Board unanimously approved Ethnic Studies as a
What might love for place teach us about the people whom we learn to ignore?
Why is the Federal Reserve seeking to improve education in Minnesota through a constitutional amendment?
“We are calling on lawmakers, businesses and others in Minnesota to help us make after-school programs more available to young people and families.”
One of the philosophical shifts Minnesota Women’s Press supports is a movement away from thinking individual success is self-made, rather than community inspired.
How is the Northside Achievement Zone finding solutions that are applicable both in urban and rural settings?
Problem: At-risk students are impacted by the transience of poverty, lack of affordable housing, long work hours required of caregivers, and lack of broadband technology.