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she is~

from a land where genocide
was not recognized

from a tongue
that could never be translated

from the womb
with a heart of gold

from his word… 124 more words


Ashley's War: The Untold Story of a Team of Women Soldiers on the Special Ops Battlefield by Gayle Tzemach Lemmon


I first heard about this amazing story from TED. I absolutely love that site and all the women they have brought into my view. The author of this book does a talk about it and the women that are mentioned within it. 1,045 more words


A Butterfly on the Shoulder of Herstory

Today I joined with, what right now is more than an estimated five hundred thousand women and allies in the Women’s March on Washington. I’ve seen estimates that place that number north of 1,200,000 people, but the basic point is that we stood shoulder-to-shoulder in solidarity with each other, and we smiled. 1,135 more words

She dreamed of simple things in color-graphite lines of charcoal

she battled on
for she dreamed
of the simple things

the simple things
sweet-pie cookies
of dreams, she battled on

she battled on
and on she roared… 374 more words


Women's March, 1/21/17 - Seneca Falls

** Note: This is the long version of a shorter piece to be published on Girl Museum in the near future **

The day after Inauguration Day, I joined more than 6,000 women, men and children at a march in solidarity with the Women’s March on Washington. 1,231 more words

Eleanor Roosevelt

To kick things off we’re going to start by writing about one of my favorite famous ladies, Eleanor Roosevelt. As we go through American history we learn a lot about the Roosevelts, but there is one extremely influential Roosevelt who gets less coverage. 647 more words

Eleanor Roosevelt

"The World is My Journal"

may the ground be the paper
and my feet be the pen
while my heart strokes the words
that write my story

every one has their story… 36 more words