Minneapolis received a lot of attention in 2020 for public safety. Some believe stronger law enforcement is needed to combat
We want our families to stay together — we just want the domestic violence to go away. Currently the system makes us choose between one or the other.
Certain animals are protected from harm while the abuse of millions of others is accepted as normal and necessary.
In Part 2 of our conversation with Sasha Cotton, we asked how her office is responding with violence prevention and intervention programs, and what Minneapolis’s next steps are.
We spoke with Sasha Cotton about how prevention strategies in Minneapolis have been evolving and what a public health-oriented approach to violence entails.
This week, many of the people who contribute to our story sharing are deeply engaged in the community — in protest, in grief, in rage, in solidarity.
Commentary of everyday women engaged with our topic of the month: Kavenaugh hearings, Bosnian genocide, WWII memories, the silence of
More than half of Native women have been sexually assaulted, including over a third who have been raped — a rate
Terry Tempest Williams is a naturalist, writer and environmental advocate. Rooted in the American West, her family has lived in
“There were three shootings into my house. I couldn’t sit around and watch it happen.”