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Minnesota Women’s Press is an independent, fact-based online and print magazine that amplifies the collective and individual voices of powerful, everyday women.
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Women's Press Sep 14
We are excited to announce that Sen. Patricia Torres Ray and Nekima Levy Armstrong will deliver the keynote presentation at our October 16 event. Eventbrite registration link: Details:
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Women's Press Sep 14
Our this issue was . Bertram is a founding Artistic Associate at , with a mission to address gender biased on and off stage. Read about their upcoming shows here:
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Women's Press Sep 14
"enrollment in women’s colleges is up like never before." reached out to the leaders of three women’s colleges around the country, including in St. Paul, "to illuminate what the colleges do that makes them distinct."
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Women's Press Sep 13
It's a great exhibit for telling the real story. "It's not a crime to seek safety."
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Women's Press Sep 13
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Women's Press Sep 13
"In an attempt at a salvation that I’m not really meant to give, I end up creating my own mini-disaster, my husband tells me. 'Summer’s almost over,' he coaxes hopefully. 'Just let them go.'" read the rest of 's column here:
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Women's Press Sep 13
Stay tuned! Details coming about our October 16 "Using Our Voice & Vote" event. This article shows one of the many reasons is important... "I don't depend on (politicians) to change things for me," said Rodriguez.
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Women's Press Sep 12
Little Women opens @JungleTheatre on 9/15, directed by . " I’m proud that Jungle is giving talented women in our community the chance to grow," wrote Rasmussen in the issue.
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alexispauline Aug 31
Thank you Shannon Gibney for including on this divine booklist! Each of these authors have impacted me so much! I’m so excited about her next novel Dream Country! Check out an excerpt and interview on the site!!!…
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Erica Rivera Sep 5
"Yes, there is loss and some grieving, but not for a second have I ever regretted being me, the real me." - talks about her transition in the Sept. 2018 issue of
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MAP Fund Sep 9
“When broader audiences are welcomed into that space of creation, alongside Native people for whom the work was created, there is a deepened intimacy, a conversation shared, the universal revealed through the specific.” — (via )
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Women's Press Sep 11
Know someone who is making a difference? Nominate them for our Changemaker Issue! Nominations are due September 15th.
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Women's Press Sep 11
was profiled in our September  issue about her new book . We will do a video interview with her on 9/24. Send questions to editor@womenspress.com.
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Women's Press Aug 31
"For , a moment and a movement is ... a culmination of what has gone before. Simas also believes that performance is a form of healing that stretches back in time."
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Women's Press Aug 31
California to mandate female board member quota.
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Women's Press Aug 30
Our September story about novel -- including an invitation to send us questions for our 9/24 video interview with her -- is online, with her recommended books.
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Women's Press Aug 29
Issue #9 of is up and out! This one is about STORY. It also includes a 36-page Women's Directory insert of the women-friendly businesses and service providers who support our mission.
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Women's Press Aug 29
Want to support women-friendly businesses in Minnesota? Check out this 36-page directory.
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Women's Press Aug 25
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Women's Press Aug 25
Our annual Changemaker issue honors individuals and organizations in Minnesota whose actions during 2018 have promoted greater equality, justice, or self-determination for women and girls. Have someone in mind? Nominate them here:
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