Our Grief Moves Us to Action

Author LyLy Vang-Yang, TakeAction Minnesota Cultural Strategy Manager

I want to offer an incredible breathing exercise my co-worker Alejandra shared with us.   Get out your wiggles in your fingers and toes. Settle into your sit and loosen your body. Hold out your hands in front of you. In one hand, imagine a flower. Think about what this flower looks like. What colors do the

A Few of Our Favorite Recipes

Hey, y’all! Laura here. To wrap up our Week of Care in Action, my colleagues and I wanted to share something special with you: a few of our favorite recipes.  Whipping up a comforting dish or baking something sweet is one way to care for ourselves or our loved ones. Eating food that nourishes our bodies and souls helps us stay “fit for the

Senator Smith Introduces Make Medications Affordable by Preventing Pandemic Price-gouging Act in the Senate

No matter our age, race, or zip code, everyone deserves access to affordable medicine. Life and health should not be for sale.

As the entire world waits for an effective COVID-19 vaccine, we recognize that access and distribution of the medicine will be one of the country’s biggest ethical challenges. Pharmaceutical corporations, as we know, have no issue price-gouging life saving medicine developed with public funding.

The Stimulus Package: Who Decides? Who Benefits?

When it comes to politics and policy, the question isn’t whether government is big or small, but who is our government working for.

We believe in good government that’s by and for the people.

Today, we’re thanking Sen. Tina Smith and Sen. Amy Klobuchar for standing with people and small businesses and voting NO on Senator Mitch McConnell’s corporate slush fund bill.