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  • The Growth of MetroIBA
    Buy Local Guide:  The Growth of IBA
  • The Security of Dogs
    PETS Guide:  The Security of Dogs
  • Cable Access Yoga
    Health and Wellness Guide:  Cable Access Yoga
  • Finding Place in the Space We Share
    Editor's Letter: How we rejuvenate in spaces, how we seek belonging in places, and our history in traumatizing the uprooted
  • Minnesota: A Place of Refuge?
    Introduction to Places & Spaces: How do Minnesotans authentically create inclusive and equitable communities?
  • Arbitrary Borders
    Nekessa Julia Opoti: Beyond social media outrage and lawn signs what does it mean to truly stand with refugees and immigrants?
  • Immigration Welcome Steps
    ACT NOW: What can be done to create more welcoming spaces and places for newcomers to Minnesota? We asked women of different backgrounds and perspectives to offer their thoughts.
  • Why Green Spaces Are White
    Ism Schism: “In a racist society, it is not enough to be non-racist. We must be anti-racist.”  — Angela Davis
  • Where Do I Belong? Regina Santiago
    A Roseville teacher, who was born in the Philippines
  • Where Do I Belong? Zaynab Abdi
    A junior honor student at St. Kate's, from Yemen
  • Where Do I Belong? Veronica Quillien
    An entrepreneur and artist, who lived in Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Belgium, and Superior (WI), before setting roots in Minnesota
  • Immigration Facts
    Think (July 2018): Data, statistics, and facts about ICE arrests and deportation
  • Shannon Drury: This is My [ Space ]
    Column: The Radical Housewife: No other all-woman group that writes its own songs and plays its own instruments has had a million-selling album since the Go-Go's "Beauty and the Beat" 30 years ago.
  • Where the Wild Things Are
    Three new books by Minnesotans convey a sense of place, ranging from two friends finding elusive native wildflowers, to excerpts from Linda LeGarde Glover's Minnesota Book Award winning reflection of the Ojibwe story, to journalist Maya Rao's reports from the innate brokenness of the Bakken oil field landscape.
  • Smooth Sailing at 105
    Pat Marble learned to kayak for the first time when she was 90 years old. “When you kayak, you are low in the water. You look down and there are so many things to see.”
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