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Tag Archive for: Mikki Morrissette

Q&A With MWP Publisher and Editor Mikki Morrissette on Sue Scott Podcast

Minnesota Women's Press and Changemakers Alliance founder…

Shaping a New System: Editor’s Letter and TOC

Americans put a lot of energy and political investment into an inflated capitalist system that is only a sliver of how our communities work.

Non-Linear Time: Editor’s Letter and TOC

The people in these pages remind us that this moment in time is very much connected to what came before and what will follow.

The Missing and Murdered Indigenous Relatives Issue

How are women leading the way forward in exposing the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Relatives crisis and fostering healing?

Change & Roots (+TOC)

Our readers and community-based writers are integral to what we do.

The Alliance: Changing the Narrative

Essential to the work of The Alliance, Brown says, is developing respectful relationships so that everyone feels heard, which can mean “slowing down policy work to unpack power and other dynamics.”

Regeneration Requires Wholeness (+TOC)

Solutions that get to short-term, surface-level relief, without correcting the underlying issue, do not fix anything.

Changing the Demographic

Gated communities are created largely to keep certain people out. How is the monotone nature of many decision-makers impacting society?

What We Are Starting to Reveal

What is it that makes a person the very person that she is, herself alone and not another, an integrity of identity that persists over time, undergoing [bodily] changes and yet still continuing to be — until she does not continue any longer? — Rebecca Newberger Goldstein

On the Nature of Being a Doula

plus July Table of Contents

Publisher’s Letter: Transformation

In this Quaranzine we ask: How will we transform together?

Co-Creating the Community Economy

As publisher and editor of the Minnesota Women’s Press platform, I ask our readers: Help us find and share — in virtual forums, in our magazine pages — the stories about community-based economies, green cooperatives, and women-led innovations that are working to truly correct our inequities.