Though not a professional educator, Myers was a persistent voice for American Indian children and their families.
Mary Treacy is Outreach Coordinator with OpenTheGovernment.org, a D.C.-based civil society coalition. A librarian and library lover, she is also an independent journalist and amateur local historian.
Though most whistleblowers escape the headlines the threat of retribution silences many who know the facts but fear to blow the whistle.
Though most public transit riders focus on their digital instrument of choice, my preference is to capitalize on the opportunity to observe the individuals who share the venture.
For the past decade Sunshine Week (March 16-25) has challenged Americans to focus on transparency as the bedrock of our democratic government.
History shows that the mind, hand and spirit of Anne Kanten are a mighty force in shaping the image and reality of women as leaders in the changing world of today’s family farm.
In light of perceived overreach, as well as massive changes in technology and diminished oversight, there is increasing call for establishment of a 21st Century Church Committee.
December 6th, 1865 saw ratification of the 13th amendment, banning slavery, by the states.
Our democracy rests on the ability of citizens to keep an eye on our government and to hold our officials accountable.
The Minnesota Historical walking tour app is now available for iPhone and Android users.
IYFF offers the chance for a global conversation among family farmers and, even more, among those working outside the agriculture sector, to creatively re-think the central role, strength, and challenges to the family farm.
Beltrami published a controversial account of his travels in Minnesota in the 1820s.
As described in an ACLU memo, the ballot question put to the voter “conveniently fails to mention that the prospective voter’s ID must be government-issued.”