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  • The Nature of Giving Care
    Editor's Letter: As Robin Kimmerer, author of "Braiding Sweetgrass" puts it, “If all the world is a commodity, how poor we grow. When all the world is a gift in motion, how wealthy we become.” 
  • Join us as we build community together
    Our first Powerful Everyday Women Conversation will take place April 25, 2018, with Chowgirls at the Solar Arts Building in Northeast Minneapolis. Newly added: 19-year-old water protector Nina Berglund. De'Vonna Pittman facilitates a group discussion about how we are using our power as women this year. Facilitator: De'Vonna Pittman.
  • Editor's Letter: Why this is the Year of Powerful Everyday Women
    When the Minnesota Women’s Press hosts its first Conversation Event on April 25, we are starting a long-term relationship with our growing community that spotlights women doing what we do best: communicating, collaborating, and acting into a powerful future. Tickets at https://tinyurl.com/MWPevent
    
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  • The Nature of Giving Care
    Editor's Letter: As Robin Kimmerer, author of "Braiding Sweetgrass" puts it, “If all the world is a commodity, how poor we grow. When all the world is a gift in motion, how wealthy we become.” 
  • The Caretakers of SPIRAL Collective
    The SPIRAL Collective (Supporting People in Reproduction, Abortion, and Loss) was started to help fill the gaps in reproductive services.
  • Protecting Patients and Their Caregivers
    As a board member of the Minnesota Nurses Association, Robin Henderson is focused on not only patient care, but policy around the caregivers.
  • Adverse Childhood Experiences and the Tribal Wisdom Project, hospital prices, early childhood data
  • You Told Us. We Tell All.
    2018 What Women Want: Results of the Minnesota Women's Press annual survey of our readers' favorites.
  • Reader Response: Where Are You Giving Your Energy?
    Readers tell us where they are investing their energies.
  • Caretaking: One woman describes her life taking care of her husband, a stroke victim.

  • Our ongoing general submissions from readers.
  • (Online feature only): It is time for the 2018 Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival (MSPIFF), April 12-28, featuring more than 250 new films representing over 70 countries. The MSPIFF team sent us a list to showcase female directors from around the globe.
  • "I Deserve All Good"
    CELEBRATIONS GUIDE: Titilayo Bediako of We Win Institute, on how to help young women recognize Black accomplishments from ancient Africa to modern-day Minnesota.
  • Diversifying Business
    HER MONEY GUIDE: How women-owned businesses are starting to benefit from contractor-oriented attention by the State of Minnesota.
  • Sewing to Mend the Soul
    GREEN GUIDE: Michelle Ooley on how Mobile Menders saves clothing from going to landfills.

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