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1992: The Supreme Court ruling on abortion

Justice Harry Blackmun warned that Roe v Wade was only one vote away from being completely overruled. “I am 83 years old, and I cannot remain on this court forever.”

Mapping Urban Art

"I didn’t realize that I would have an understanding of an archive as having a role in changing society."

Narratives for the Future

Do you understand that your quality of life and your survival are tied to how authentic and generous the connections are between you and the people and place you live with and in? — adrienne maree brown, “Emergent Strategy”

Dance Pioneer: Loyce Houlton

It has been 25 years since the passing of Loyce Houlton, who made a significant contribution to the cultural landscape of Minnesota and the world of dance.

My Communist Roots

Communism promised an equitable society with workers enjoying the fruits of their labors. Everyone would have housing, health care, education. There would be no discrimination against women, or religious minorities, or people of different ethnic backgrounds.

An Unknown Origin Story

Sheila O’Connor (she/her) is the author of six award-winning…

Putting Thanksgiving Into Context

Christina Woods is executive director of the Duluth Art Institute,…

Columbus and Sex Trafficking

This is an adapted excerpt from Christine Stark’s “Strategies…

Roaring into the past

Confronting that history helped me understand that my mom shared a story with many thousands of Native people who had been forcibly placed for adoption.

Tag Archive for: History