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Nina Rothchild: A Lifetime Seeking Equity

Nina Rothchild, feminist who worked for pay equity starting in the 1970s, died October 12 in St. Paul at age 91. Here is the full essay she wrote recently for our "35 Years of Minnesota Women" book.

Embracing the Spectrum

Reader responses about a world without ‘this or that’ and ‘in or out’ — breaking the binary in action

Identification in Non-Binary Terms

Being a feminist is not about defining the world as patriarchy or matriarchy, or even about correcting the notion that gender determines abilities. It is about building equality into all of our social and economic ecosystems.

Ali Sands: Finding Myself Through My Partner’s Journey

It was about three years into our time as a couple when my partner shared a truth about identifying as a man.

Q&A With Ruth Hayden

All women today — unlike 30 years ago — will say they know how to do money. But one-third at best are doing it. We need to take a leap to do something — not perfect, not monumental, but a start. We need to keep asking ourselves, what can we do today to get what we need?

Fair Shake

photo by Sarah Whiting When customers walk into the Richfield…

ERA Impressions from Virginia

Delegate Danica Roem, the nation’s first Transgender legislator…

Great American Outpost

Excerpt from “Great American Outpost: Dreamers, Mavericks,…

2017 Changemakers: Women’s March Marchers – YOU!

Nevertheless she persisted"... your efforts for raising women's voices and lives shake the world

What it means to be female

Shannon Drury Since last fall, I've been forced to have hard…

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