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Women's Press
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 Jan 2
Our look at 2018 in a glance! A great year of new visibility, new readers, new advertisers joining our wonderful existing supporters. If you haven't become part of our community of powerful everyday women yet, start by checking us out at .
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Women's Press Dec 27
January issue online!. Great stories: Nicola Koh, Kylee Wohlmann, Emeri Burks, Joan Dao, Hussein, Stephanie Sorenson, Amoke Kubat, Ann Markusen, Anna Tennis, Meghan Kreidler, Michelle Rivero, and more!
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Women's Press Dec 23
Check out "MWP Conversations: Healing in Community" — a January conversation about how community can help heal trauma.
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Junket: Tossed & Found Nov 30
’s got a new essay on taking the slow approach to seasonal giving, in the just-out December issue of the - check it out (actually, check out the entire issue!). with ・・・ It’s here! Our annu…
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LWV Dakota County MN Dec 1
While there continues to be a large gender disparity in both houses of Congress, this graph illustrates the rate at which that gap has begun to close over the course of the past few decades. Graphic courtesy of & .
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Women's Press Nov 22
Happy Gratitude and Listening Day! In our storytelling vein, we suggest this for your gathering table:
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Women's Press Nov 18
Honoring Jetsun Pema, who led the education of Tibetan refugees for more than 40 years, in the words of Minnesota immigration attorney Ngawang Dolkar.
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Women's Press Nov 8
Powerful everyday women...
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Women's Press Nov 8
Our annual December Changemakers issue is coming! For READER RESPONSE in this issue we ask: “What is a pivotal moment that inspired the course of your life?” Send up to 150 words or a visual to editor@womenspress.com. Deadline: November 10
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Women's Press Nov 8
Powerful everyday women...
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Women's Press Nov 6
Today is the day! Don’t forget to use your voice & vote. Polls are open until 8pm. . . . .
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Women's Press Nov 4
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Women's Press Nov 4
We're especially proud of this shoutout from for the work we've been consciously doing at this year.
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Women's Press Oct 30
In this time of turmoil, your essay is a beautiful pause...
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Women's Press Oct 27
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Women's Press Oct 27
Come and get it! The November issue is up and being distributed now to our more than 500 metro locations. Find the online stories at . Or find a print version using this tool:
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Women's Press Oct 26
From MWP Conversations: Using Our Voice & Vote event! This clip shows some insights about lobbying. The breakout session was moderated by and included featured speaker and many more.
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Women's Press Oct 25
“If you can’t be who you are where you are; change where you are, not who you are.” - Caroline Wanga, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer and Vice President of Human Resources at Target…
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Women's Press Oct 22
Only a few days left to win tickets to see this winter! Share a photo of yourself reading a recent issue of the magazine and tag to be entered! Winners will…
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Women's Press Oct 20
A few images from MWP Conversations: Using Your Voice & Vote, with @AnikaBowie, Nelima of , Asma of , Zaynab of , Stefannie of and many more.
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