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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 Apr 14
Music therapy plays a bigger role in hospice care than one might think. Read Megan Druckrey's essay, "The Song of Life" to learn about the benefits of music at the end of the road.
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Women's Press Apr 11
Looking for something to do this month? Check out Go See Do for film festivals, conferences, garage sales and more.
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Women's Press Apr 9
From infants to elder adults, death touches all lives. Read this month's Tapestry to learn about death from different women's perspectives.
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UMN English Apr 8
"Mary Ann helped me see a way to survive by building an inner palace" alum Maureen Aitken in
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Women's Press Apr 5
Do you ever wish you had a group of people who talked about death in a healthy, positive way? The Death Cafe might be for you. Read about it in Christin Ament's "The Death Cafe" here:
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Women's Press Apr 3
It's time to talk about the abuse going on in our very own elder care system. This isn't just a crisis for seniors; it's a crisis for Minnesota.
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Women's Press Apr 3
draws comparisons and contrasts between the health care systems in Minnesota and Japan in "Two Countries, Two Elder Care Systems."
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Women's Press Apr 3
Have you considered joining others in a conversation about preparing for death and making grief more visible in society?
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Women's Press Apr 2
Rebecca Thoman, M.D. has started a discussion about intentional dying for . Join the discussion here:
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Selena Moon Mar 31
My second piece for the for April's issue on "MWP Conversations: Endings" comparing my grandparents health care in the U.S. and Japan. It's a stark contrast.
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Women's Press Mar 31
When LaDonna Redmond lost her son, she was dealing with a long journey of grief and spiritual discovery. Read about her story here:
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Women's Press Mar 31
Learn about the powerful impact of helping a loved one escape pain and choose death in Sheila Callandar's essay "Helping My Mother Die" in .
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Women's Press Mar 31
Do you talk about death and grief and what comes next? Do you care about dying with dignity? Help us shift the narrative to make this topic more speakable. Keynote by LaDonna Redmond, .
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Women's Press Mar 28
If you haven't considered how to live and die intentionally, our issue is online, and offers great storytellers on the subject of being conscious about death. is also doing great things in this space.
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Women's Press Mar 27
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Women's Press Mar 26
At a panel discussion of Native women artists, organized by All My Relations Gallery, moderator Ananya Chatterjee asked, “As feminist artists, in your own ways, how do you interpret the notion of ‘excellence?’”
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Women's Press Mar 25
How often do you get a chance to talk about death? Are you contemplating what might come next, and if it matters? Our April 13 MWP Conversation will be provocative and poignant and nurturing.
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Women's Press Mar 21
Women Find Their Calling in the Trades: If Amanda Gardas had known about construction industry opportunities when she was younger, she would have pursued them. “If somebody would have told me, or shown me, what a difference it would have made for me.”
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Women's Press Mar 21
Our issue has a great interview with Angela Conley, first Black leader on Hennepin County Commissioner's board, thanks to writer Anne Winkler-Morey. Why did she run, and what book did she use for her swearing in? (photo by Sarah Whiting)
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Women's Press Mar 20
Are you ready to talk to loved ones about end of life wishes? Are you looking to live more intentionally? Are you contemplating what might come next? Our April 13 MWP Conversation will be provocative, poignant and nurturing.
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