Who Pays for Rebuilding?

The impact of the pandemic and unrest after George Floyd’s murder “uncovered what we’ve known for decades. The rebuild is part of a larger ecosystem that needs attention.”

  • 09/22/2020

Women Save Our Democracy

Studies and anecdotal evidence show that women lead differently than men and tend to be more collaborative and more civil.

  • 09/22/2020

Priorities for Government

The policies support the idea that people are “looking out for each other — that it is not about believing that if ‘you’ get something it is taking away from ‘me.’”

  • 09/22/2020

Visual Q&A: Anika Bowie on Transforming Justice

August 8 Special Event: Protest & Politics Rally, Minnesota State Capitol, 1:30-4pm This two-hour program includes featured speaker Pastor Dr.

  • 08/08/2020

2018 Changemaker: Maria Regan Gonzalez

Mayor-elect Maria Regan Gonzalez of Richfield grew up in two different worlds. One was her full-time home in Janesville, Wisconsin, where she and

  • 12/01/2018

Feminist on the Prairie

Ashlee Moser (Photo by Sarah Whiting) Before moving to Minnesota for college, I spent a majority of my childhood on a small

  • 10/01/2018

Women Are Surging Into Political Power

Renee Van Nett will be the first Native American ever to take a seat on the Duluth City Council. She

  • 01/01/2018

First Nations Women’s Caucus

In 2012, Representative Susan Allen was the first Native woman elected to the Minnesota Legislature.  In 2015, Allen was joined

  • 12/01/2017

Inspired Leadership: Amy Klobuchar on the leadership and courage of Minnesota Supreme Court Justice Rosalie Wahl

Important decisions are being made in workplaces, neighborhoods, courtrooms, schoolhouses, boardrooms and governments. And women belong in all these places

  • 11/01/2017

Turning defeat into victory

Women chair four of the 11 federally recognized Indian tribes in Minnesota. Carri Jones, chairwoman of the Leech Lake Band

  • 07/01/2014