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Women's March Weekend in D.C.

This past Saturday, we were reminded of the power activists can have by uniting for justice! The Women’s March in D.C was definitely one of the most memorable highlights of the recent political scene, and the perfect start to 2017. 619 more words

HerStory Repeats Itself

In 1869, almost twenty-five years before the first woman cast her vote in New Zealand, Mary Müller wrote an appeal to the men of New Zealand. 248 more words

Writing

I Went to the Zoo

All the way back to first grade, the first time I had visited a zoo. It was “the big” first grade field trip. I remember being crazy excited to go and I still have some pictures from that day, now in photo albums. 514 more words

Motivation Monday

In the wake of everything that’s happened since November 8, the world keeps spinning.

What can we do next? Have conversations that matter. Activate… 8 more words

Motivation Monday

Come Together

On January 21, 2017 more than 1 million people rallied in the nation’s capital and other cities around the world on Trump’s first full day in office. 332 more words

Girly

Leaf Of Their Tree

Written by Jack Andrew Cribb

I am the son of Maya who awoke me,
the son of Elizabeth who showed me,
the son of bell who taught me, 222 more words

Literature

On the Importance of Strong Female Characters

I was fortunate enough to attend the Women’s March on Seattle, a sister to the Women’s March on Washington DC. Before I lose you, I have no intention of talking politics in this post. 688 more words

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