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LEAP! 2020: Feeding Native Families, Empowering Native Youth

$50TicketsEvent InformationLEAP! is Division of Indian Work’s annual fundraiser to support its Horizons Unlimited Food Shelf and Youth Leadership Development

  • 03/16/2020

“The Night Watchman” Book Release Celebration with Louise Erdrich

Plymouth Congregational Church 1900 Nicollet Ave S in Minneapolis Join Birchbark Books and Literary Witnesses for the premiere book release

  • 03/01/2020
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Hearts of Our People

The new ground-breaking exhibit, “Hearts of Our People,” at the Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia), offers a look at how

  • 07/01/2019
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Being a Doula to the Next Economy

In Fort McMurray, near the Canadian oil fields where mostly men live and work, a phone directory features 10 pages

  • 06/01/2019
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Native Feminists Talk About Excellence

In applying for grants or competing for opportunities to exhibit, perform, or publish, artists often confront an ambiguous concept —

  • 03/01/2019
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Healing: Generational Trauma, The Chord Of Silence

TRIGGER WARNING: This is a story, among other things, about childhood sexual abuse My ancestry is a crazy quilt —

  • 02/01/2019
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We Ride to Heal

On December 26, 1862, soldiers in Mankato followed the orders of President Abraham Lincoln. The largest mass execution in U.S.

  • 02/01/2019
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2018 Changemaker: Eileen Hudon

Small red prayer ties. The smell of sage. Eileen Hudon and her friend Pam Gokey sit in Hudon’s apartment making

  • 12/01/2018
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Ni Mama Akii

In the Ojibwe language, Ni Mama Akii means My Mother Earth. As humans, our mothers bring us into the world.

  • 05/01/2018
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I Am Tired of Being Invisible to You All

When Minnesota Women’s Press managing editor and long-time photographer Sarah Whiting drove up to Winona LaDuke’s new horse and hemp

  • 02/01/2018