First Look at Transgender Youth Data for ND

November 14, 2022 | Faye Seidler, LBGTQ+ Advocate and Activist North Dakota Youth Risk Behavior Survey data, for 2021, was released earlier this year and is the first time we’ve asked about or were able to collect data on transgender students. While we long suspected these youth were struggling, we now have an accurate glimpse […]

North Dakota AG: Poll workers can’t demand citizenship proof

By: Dave KolpackOctober 27, 2022 “Some poll workers in North Dakota who created confusion and frustration during the spring primary by allegedly demanding proof of U.S. citizenship particularly from immigrants and people of color had no power to do so, the state attorney general said. Attorney General Drew Wrigley said in a five-page document released […]

Solidarity Saturday Kicks-off Spring Series

The 2022 Solidarity Saturdays Spring Series kicks off this month. Join us on February 12th at 10am CT. February’s topic is ‘Freedom from Violence: exploring the intersection of violence and the changes needed to ensure all people live a life free of violence.’ We are thrilled to announce our guest speaker Dr. Hollie Mackey (Northern Cheyenne), Associate Professor of […]

Roe v Wade Hangs in the Balance

January 22, 2022 | By Dr. Erica Hofland, North Dakota Section of ACOG Chair, Dr. Ana Tobiasz, North Dakota Section of ACOG Vice-Chair, Tammi Kromenaker, Clinic Director, Red River Women’s Clinic, Destini Spaeth, President, North Dakota WIN Abortion Access Fund, Kristie Wolff, Executive Director, North Dakota Women’s Network, Katie Christensen, North Dakota State Director, Planned […]

“Low Interest Loans to Pay for Child Care” are Not the Answer

January 9, 2022 | By Melissa Gjellstad, Grand Forks, ND The Grand Forks Herald Editorial board is right, we need to figure out a way to make child care more affordable for North Dakota’s working families. It’s really expensive, even with just one kid. One year of child care is equivalent to a year’s tuition […]