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Changing the universe
ThisIssue: With this issue, co-publishers, Kathy Magnuson and Norma Smith Olson reflect on 2017 Changemakers and the near 35 years of women's stories at MWP
Honoring women's words
Founder's Notes: Minnesota Women's Press founders, Mollie Hoben and Glenda Martin write about the history and future of their work
Making change at the Press
ThisIssue: Honoring stories of "rockstar activists" that create community and encourage activism
Care for Mother Earth
ThisIssue: Women and young people work to protect our planetary home
Do you have a calling?
ThisIssue: What we are called to do and how we define ourselves
ThisIssue: The beauty that comes from within and the wisdom of our bodies
A day in a life
ThisIssue: Collecting stories, as we do, enables us to meet strong, interesting women - as well as find out about pivotal decisions that turned a life path
Choices and risks
ThisIssue: Whether acting from a place of privilege or proactively making risky choices, women make conscious decisions every day
We want it all
ThisIssue: On standing on the shoulders of remarkable women
Stories from women around the world
ThisIssue: We explore how women are making a difference in our changing and shrinking world
Marching on
ThisIssue: Looking back at women's history and looking forward. How do we get the future we want?
Is it you?
ThisIssue: The Minnesota Women's Press is looking for leaders
Women's words matter
ThisIssue: The importance of independent feminist media and voices, now
Changemakers 2016
ThisIssue: What role will you play in building a hopeful, inclusive and big-hearted future? These 2016 Changemakers are great examples for us all.
Bridging differences
ThisIssue: How do we contribute to breaking down walls and building bridges?
Turning fear into action
ThisIssue: Let's "play big" this election season
Women's work
ThisIssue: Why we do what we do
Listening to and hearing stories
ThisIssue: It is in knowing each other's stories that we are more likely to see "others" as part of "us"
Let's make history
ThisIssue: This is not the time to leave it to Hillary Clinton to go solo
Bystanders to Upstanders
ThisIssue: The difference between standing out, back, by - and up.

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