Minnesota Women’s Press is the longest continuously published feminist news vehicle in the U.S. With 35 years as a print publication, we are expanding our digital storytelling, in-person
Since 2013, Green Card Voices has produced video and print storytelling about some of the 40 million immigrants and refugees in the United States. The mission is to humanize what otherwise can be
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
For a week in July, a group of young East African women experienced the Boundary Waters Canoe Area for the first time, during a four-night, five-day canoe trip. The young women paddled 39 miles,
I Believe in My BodyI was the first person in my family to go to college in 1981. During the first week at school, I found myself alone for the first time in my life. To assuage my
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
For 10 years, Shannon Gibney has been researching a novel, letting the story sit and marinate, and then finally writing “Dream Country.”The process started even more than ten years ago. When
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Minnesota Women’s Press has a unique mix of women • 56% have post-graduate degrees • Define themselves as having strong…