Tuesday, January 8, 2019 marked the beginning of a new state legislative session. Since Minnesota runs on a two-year budget cycle, our state government is constitutionally required to pass a balanced… Read more »
Who we are and how we see the world is heavily influenced by our lived experience, which ultimately gets expressed in a wide range of individual perspectives and worldviews. Nonetheless, there is… Read more »
The diversity of our communities and our organizations means that almost any time we come together, we do so across difference. That's where this research and practice-based collaboration resource… Read more »
At some point, many of us have heard the phrase, “knowledge is power,” but how many of us have actually taken that phrase literally?
For many years, my understanding of knowledge was based on a '… Read more »
Pregnancies and birth outcomes among African Americans nationally and within Minnesota are disparate when compared to expecting White mothers and babies. Both the infant mortality rate and the… Read more »