Celebrate our 20th year of Camp Odayin at an exciting drive-in Have a Heart Benefit presented by Morrie’s Auto Group!
Ready to get your kids out of the house this summer? Here are the trainings, camps, and internship options we
“For those who have exited trafficking, their biggest need is to rebuild a sense of belonging and identity within their community.”
There were between 27 and 54 actively missing American Indian women and girls in Minnesota
in any given month from 2012 to 2020.
In honor of Women’s History Month, I write about a woman who shaped me— she is largely the reason I became a writer.
A child who is loved, educated, mentored, and healed is more likely to face adversities with resilience and contribute to
I noticed an increase in discussion about whether restorative justice could be an appropriate response to gender-based violence, including sexual assault and intimate partner violence.
“We are calling on lawmakers, businesses and others in Minnesota to help us make after-school programs more available to young people and families.”
Art feels more necessary than ever as a means of connection and processing.
Our greatest civic duty, and indeed our most human duty, is to look closest to us and commit to our place — in the entirety of its beauty and challenges — and to sow it with hope, relationships, and imagination.
“WFPC is a means to an end. As we make these transitions, our goal is to sustain the work of the revolution as a whole, and our community’s work, and not the nonprofit organization itself.”
“We no longer wish to have a meeting or come to an agreement. There is no middle ground.”