The Perpetual Perception of Black

“If we can shift the paradigm then we can change the culture and the inheritance that the coming generation gets.” — Luisah Teish

  • 07/24/2020

Rebuild By Centering Equity

I would be lying if I said I want to see things return to what they were before COVID-19.

  • 04/30/2020

Silent Spring

It truly is, for some, a Silent Spring. As I write this from my home, the streets outside are still,

  • 04/17/2020

The Lion Dressed as the Elephant in the Room

It is difficult to normalize sexuality for those with disabilities when neither sexuality nor disability is normalized to begin with.

  • 09/25/2019

Voices on Microaggressions

commentary of everyday women under 30 about how they experience subtle stigmas Quynh Van I have said this many times

  • 08/24/2019

50 Years Since Stonewall

LGBTQ+ content is made possible by Ellie Krug As a young trans woman of color, I wasn’t aware of the Stonewall

  • 06/01/2019

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

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

Ellie Krug: Her Life Transition at Age 52

Ellie Krug has a deep voice. You’ll notice it right away when you hear her speak, and she knows it. She’ll often

  • 09/01/2018

Showcasing Overlooked Stars

I have decided to spend my professional career on a soccer field. Occasionally I wonder if this is a meaningful endeavor: Does soccer matter?

  • 08/01/2018

I Am Tired of Being Invisible to You All

Ecosystem content is made possible by Organic Lawns by LUNSETH Winona LaDuke. (Photo by Sarah Whiting) When Minnesota Women’s Press managing

  • 02/01/2018

The Responsibility of Being Visible

As a middle-aged white lady, I usually need to check my privilege before I get upset that there are too many

  • 02/01/2018