Shifting from a position of privilege as a white, educated, male professional to the marginalized status of a trans, self-employed woman, opened her eyes to the previously invisible people
Rosy Simas’s latest multimedia dance project, “Weave,” threads individual Native histories with “the interdependent nature of our world.” The world premiere is at the Ordway Theater in
As with any complex issue, there are multiple reasons people have the perspectives they do. Our childhood backgrounds, economic situations, and general life priorities differ. People who align with
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Brenda Hartman was 32 and a strong, healthy graduate student working on two PhDs when she got the news - she had cancer. And not just any cancer: stage IV ovarian cancer, one of the worst kinds. She
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