You own your body. You own your mind. You are life.
Individualized responses to systemic issues will never solve the problem at its root.
For the Women in the Dorms
“The legal aspect is one thing, but the healing aspect is another. Often survivors have to pay out of pocket to receive services for trauma they endured by the hands of someone else.”
excerpted from the archives of Minnesota Women’s Press
I never wanted the rapist in jail. I wanted him to see what happened in that room in the same way I do.
According to a National Alliance to End Sexual Violence (NAESV) survey, results from more than 600 programs revealed that 89
Twenty years ago, the main characters — Ojibwe cousins Sher and Kris — emerged during a short writing exercise. It
Minnesota Women’s Press is building collaborative media partnerships to lift up the progress reports and solutions related to justice reform.
Serving Immigrant Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence with Community Innovation Tuesday, May 18 12:00-12:30 p.m. CST Speakers: Rosario de la
Talking with four women on background to action steps about the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Relatives crisis in Minnesota
There are winding roads that lead to systems and policy change. This is a snapshot of one of them, still in process, related to sexual assault legislation.