“I wished I could give a fundraising pitch as persuasively as she did; I wished I could name hypocrisy as clearly as she did; I wished I could wear colors as boldly as she did.”
excerpted from the archives of Minnesota Women’s Press
As we conclude our theme focused on TIME, we want to go back to early years of Minnesota Women’s Press
We do not just want to be women elected and sitting in seats, being disregarded and not listened to.
“The feeling persists that ‘a woman can’t win out here.’”
Coverage will be focused on past, present, and future women who are helping to move our society away from one in which only a small percentage thrives.
“We need to demonstrate that it’s not an oxymoron to be a Christian feminist,” said one of the conference organizers.
One of the ongoing features Minnesota Women’s Press has done for several decades is connect with three particular women who are the same age as this publication.
This includes excerpts of articles published in Minnesota Women’s Press, which appears in “35 Years of Minnesota Women.“
This is an excerpt of an article published in Minnesota Women’s Press in August 1999, by reporter Patty Marsicano, which appears in “35 Years of Minnesota Women.“
This is derived from “35 Years of Minnesota Women.“
Our new 162-page book “35 Years of Minnesota Women” ends with a first-ever compilation of all of the people and