What might love for place teach us about the people whom we learn to ignore?
Reflections on How We Measure Our Value
Minnesota author shares from her book “Magical Realism for Non-Believers”
Montoya-Barthelemy is passionate about helping communities find a holistic approach to sexual and reproductive health. As she puts it, “Sexual health is life force.”
Mayor-elect Maria Regan Gonzalez of Richfield grew up in two different worlds. One was her full-time home in Janesville, Wisconsin, where she and
We talk about Latinos as the workforce of tomorrow … but in policy-making there is limited intentional direction about how to engage those groups.
Young Puerto Rican mother steps out of boxes in Minnesota Senate
“If you’re going to work with me, you’re going to have a big plan for the future.”
“Where are you from?” is generally an easy enough question to answer – unless you are Mayra or Miriam Medina
Jennifer Godinez (Courtesy Photo) How will Minnesota “close the achievement gap”? Reaching the goal of racial equity in education and
Organizer in Powderhorn neighborhood creates community for Latina immigrants This past summer, a tired, lifeless lot in Minneapolis’ Powderhorn neighborhood
If you’ve been to the corner of 34th and Cedar or the corner of 38th and Grand in Minneapolis you’ve