Nursing and Climate Change
commentary of everyday women about building the future
In Fort McMurray, near the Canadian oil fields where mostly men live and work, a phone directory features 10 pages
A few years ago I bought the book “An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States,” by Dr. Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, which was a 2015
In the Ojibwe language, Ni Mama Akii means My Mother Earth. As humans, our mothers bring us into the world.
When Minnesota Women’s Press managing editor and long-time photographer Sarah Whiting drove up to Winona LaDuke’s new horse and hemp
“We are caretakers,” says Eryn Wise. “We are life givers. We are keepers and protectors of the sacred. I think
How do you become fully present with the world, just as it is? That’s a question central to 67-year-old Shodo
Would you invest in a company whose business practices threaten the livelihood of people in poor communities around the world?
A group of Native American women made their way down the roads of the central United States with a very