Tag Archive for: MMIR

2022 Changemaker Missy Whiteman: Indigenous Media Innovator

“This is the way we create now — we come together and use art as ceremony.”

What I Learned About Missing and Murdered Indigenous Relatives

My new documentary, “Bring Her Home,” is now available on Twin Cities Public Television (TPT).

Women in Politics Series: Sen. Mary Kunesh on Educating Decision-Makers

This ongoing series of conversations with Minnesota women…

Rep. Heather Keeler on Transparency, Gun Violence, Inclusion

If I can be honest in who I am, and the opportunity that I have in this seat, hopefully there is a little girl out there who can hear or see a message and realize that it is a possibility for them — that they are not too broken to do this work. We all deserve to be in this space and make these changes together.

Gender-based Violence Resources

Resources recommended by our writers for assistance, action, and learning.

Minnesota Focuses on Seeing Trauma

“It is a way of being. It is not really a program. We are integrating skill sets on how to interact with each other.”

Legislative Update: MMIR Office Established

As loyal Minnesota Women's Press readers are aware, we have been actively covering the stories of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Relatives (MMIR). We included our first Transforming Justice alert in June encouraging readers to engage with the issue of legislative budget for an MMIR office to be established.

Reader Exercise: How Would You Fund Public Safety?

As Minneapolis in particular faces greater scrutiny about public safety leading up to the 2021 city elections, we are exploring the data about crime and potential solutions for prevention.

Will Minnesota Measure Racism?

The value of comprehensive data collection

The Status of Justice Reform in Minnesota

Minnesota Women's Press is building collaborative media partnerships to lift up the progress reports and solutions related to justice reform.

A Special Message From Sen. Mary Kunesh

Nigigoonsikwe (Little Otter Woman) on Leech Lake Reservation.…

Conversation: MMIR Crisis

Talking with four women on background to action steps about the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Relatives crisis in Minnesota