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Writing is a powerful tool for planting seeds of social change. Throughout history, writers have shined a light on injustice and unleashed their moral imagination in creating a brighter future. … more
Youth can make a difference in the world. They can lift their voice for justice and build a vision for the future of the betterment of society. Planting People Growing Justice Leadership Institute … more
Fall is upon us. The leaves change, the days get shorter, and the weather cools. But in and around the Midway this year, we are also excited at the number of openings and re-openings.The past year … more
Like all parents, I wanted better for my children. When I was growing up, I was always the new kid. Because of my dad’s job, my family had moved seven times across five different states by the … more
Perhaps you’ve been noticing in the past year or so that email signatures, introductions, and name tags more frequently include both a person’s name and their pronouns - most commonly … more
MY CAUTIONARY TALE: It was August 1954 in St. Paul, Minn., and it was hot, very hot. My friend’s mom felt sorry for us hot, sweaty kids and offered to take us to a wading pool to cool off. How … more
With the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the world has again received another stark warning. Act now to reduce emissions or plan for an uninhabitable planet and … more
You’re smart.You’re curious.You’re interested in your community.And you’re reading the Midway Como Frogtown Monitor.We’re so glad you are.We did our first ever … more
I just completed reading the recent edition of the Monitor. What a wealth of positive information about our neighborhood! Would there be more like it. I live at Cornelia House at Episcopal Homes and … more
Have you ever watched a movie where it seems like its coming to the end of the story- everything is working out perfectly – but you realize there’s 45 minutes left so you know it … more
Writers play a key role in fostering community engagement and building cultural bridges. Throughout history, writers have served as the architects of the future. Their artistry has been used to build … more
The Minnesota Board of Pardons commuted Myon Burrell’s sentence for the 2002 murder of sixth-grader Tyesha Edwards and attempted murder of Timothy Oliver. In arriving at their decision, the … more
Summer reading can help to foster academic success and promote community building. Our nonprofit, Planting People Growing Justice Leadership Institute, is excited to announce our partnership with … more
If you’ve talked to anyone in a position to hire staff over the past few months, you’ve probably heard the complaint that it is very hard to find anyone. For a combination of reasons, … more
Over the last month, we have watched in horror as the unmarked graves of murdered Native American children have been discovered at former boarding school sites.With each discovery we are reminded of … more
I had occasion recently to go to United Hospital in Saint Paul for a minor medical procedure. Entering the “tobacco-free campus,” I passed three cars and one truck parked right by the … more
I write to take issue with Joe Krivit’s promotion of the HENS (“rent stabilization”) petition in the April Monitor. In his column, Mr. Krivit mocks the very real possibility that … more
As the school year comes to a close, I’m writing today to celebrate Leslie Rolstad. Leslie has dedicated the last four years to supporting our PreK students at Wilder Child Development Center. … more
Last year, I bought a child’s folding chair and a new sketchbook, and started taking them up the hill by my house to sit and stare into various clumps of weeds and native wildflowers. I had … more
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