2017 Issue

Culturally relevant treatments for the Karen community
Face It TOGETHER is transforming how communities address addiction
Rural Minnesotans reevaluate how to find a new generation of leaders
Injecting new voices in philanthropy
ArtPlace puts art and artists at the center of community development
The Bush Foundation partnered with more than 40 organizations to create a set of events designed to inspire, equip and connect leaders from across the region
Arts leaders from across the region gathered to articulate challenges and opportunities
The Bush Foundation sponsored events across the region
The Bush Foundation Board traveled to Rapid City, S.D. to meet the leaders making a real impact
Using human-centered design to plan a new kind of grocery store in north Minneapolis
Key numbers from the past year.
Bush Fellows share insights from their leadership journey
Five questions people ask themselves before they become highly effective leaders
Get to know Bush Foundation Board Member Tracey Zephier
Using technology to aid learning and memory problems
A lifelong passion for working with parents
At the forefront of entrepreneurship
Building a new generation of community leaders
In arts organizations, flexibility and a redefinition of what's possible are key
Alleviating social justice issues within her Muslim American community
Q & A with Makram El-Amin
After 30 years, an established voice on folklore and social justice comes full circle
An artistic process driven by continuous learning and investigation
Building a "Beloved Community" through writing, teaching and dreaming
Continuing Bush's legacy — supporting people pursuing medical careers
How a background in narrative medicine helped tell the story "Different Ways of Knowing"
Archibald Bush was a generous supporter of Minnesota’s early recovery movement
Archibald Bush knew that a person’s leadership potential could not be measured by the population of their hometown
Making a difference in Minnesota, South Dakota and the 23 Native nations sharing that geography
The Kirkbride artist residency program explores the past and future of a mental institution closed in 2006