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On January 21st, the day after the inauguration, we joined almost 500,000 women, men, and children to march in Washington DC and stand up for equal rights. The feeling of solidarity was incredible, as we walked through the streets with residents cheering us on as we passed, and officers giving us high fives and encouragement … More Women’s March on Washington: The Resistance Begins
We need to talk… … More How to Get Political Discussion Back on Track
Being the nerd that I am, I jump at the opportunity for things like documentaries and group discussions. So when I found out about a local viewing of Tim Wise’s White Like Me at the Park School, I was intrigued. Then election night happened. Suddenly, it was more important than ever for me to get … More White Like Me
It all started with some backlash upon letting my toddler son dress as a princess for Halloween… … More Halloween, Acceptance, & Gender Norms
Just when you think you have heard or read enough about Trump, you come across a book that tells you something new. I certainly did not expect to find any revelations in a graphic novel, but here we are. … More What I Learned from Trump: A Graphic Biography
Social Media is blowing up with Michael Moore’s recent article listing 5 reasons Trump will win. I don’t buy it, and here’s why. First off, Moore invokes math…seems like a good start, right? Well I’m not sure what math he is looking at, but in the current polls, all of these states are either … More Michael Moore’s Trump Article is BS