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  • Gentle Complexity
    In this issue, we explore how our environmental and political climate is heating up. Might nature offer an antidote?
  • Political Heat: Minnesota Mining
    In a community that has traditionally been Democratic, yet saw a large number of votes preferring the Republican Presidential candidate in 2016, the gap between many job-seeking voters and environment-oriented voters is a contentious one. 
  • It’s About Environment
    The big question is, to what extent can mining companies know that they can contain any environmental damage to water and air?
  • It’s About Science
    Cloquet-based biologist and aquatic ecology scientist Nancy Schuldt is a Fond du Lac Water Projects coordinator who specializes in toxicity research and watershed hydrologic modeling. She offered this perspective on the science behind the environmental concerns. 
  • Mining by the Numbers
    Economic reasons are the primary driving force pushing forward projects that are potentially harmful to water and air. What story do the numbers tell?
  • What Change Do You Seek?
    Reader Response: Make everyone count, tax equity, vote on climate change, be kind, adjusting mindset on values
  • Think: News Round-up
    Think: Primary voting details, Project Bike, lessons about women leadership from Spain
  • The Voices of Powerful Everyday Women
    Summary: What happened at our recent Minnesota Women's Press Conversation when we talked about how we are individually and collectively using our power to lift up women leadership in 2018?
  • 2018 What Women Want Survey Results
    Results of the Minnesota Women's Press annual survey of our readers' favorites.
  • Our Shared Trauma of Race
    BookShelf: "Children know when they are missing out — and when they are genuinely welcomed and loved."
  • Action in the Pipeline Process
    Act Now: For several years, community members have worked together to try to stop oil pipelines from cutting through Native lands in Minnesota that are used for clean-water fishing and wild ricing.
  • How to Re-Align  Our “Normal”
    Learning Life:  "To build something new, and to get to where many of us say we want to go, we truly have to understand and acknowledge and face our history as a nation."
  • Using Our Voice & Vote
    Our next MWP Conversation, "Using Our Voice & Vote." will be held October 16 at the Carondelet Center in St. Paul. 

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