Part of our 12-part series of Women in Politics
When MaryAnne Quiroz discovered she had the opportunity to open an arts and cultural center in St. Paul’s Dayton’s Bluff
Growing up, Alicia Kozlowski was exposed to sicknesses including racism, violence, depression, and substance abuse. She also saw her grandmother
Thank You for Electing Me: My Executive Orders I’ve issued an executive order making climate change the highest priority in our
When diverse voices are not invited, or do not feel welcome, to join conversations in rooms where important decisions are being made, the dollars that are distributed don’t include that community.
When you ask people why they are doing something a certain way, sometimes the response is “because that’s how we have always done it.” To me, that’s a red flag.
“It is aimed at getting rid of the demand as well,” Melnik says. “Sex trafficking isn’t going to stop [even] if all the women in the world say we don’t want it anymore.”
My mother grew up on a farm. If her world hadn’t been narrowed by gender bias, she would have been
Important decisions are being made in workplaces, neighborhoods, courtrooms, schoolhouses, boardrooms and governments. And women belong in all these places
Nausheena Hussain has a quiet composure, sitting at the back of the Daybreak Bookshop on the University of Minnesota campus,
Gathering the stories of a historic conference – and keeping the spirit moving
We asked women to talk about a strong woman who inspired them