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Con Fatigue

Every time I go to any convention I know, I will physically pay for every conversation I have and every booth I visit. That’s the price when it comes to my disability. 644 more words

Chronic Illness

I'm Fond(ue) of You

This was  program that fulfilled my requirement for diversity/ inclusivity. My apologies for the (very) low quality picture of my flyer.

To make the fondue, I used my crockpot and doubled the recipe that I found online. 242 more words


Why I'm not here to ruin your fun.

Earlier this week during debate in the US Senate, Sen. Elizabeth Warren was silenced during a speech in which she read a letter by Coretta Scott King… 1,208 more words


 By Julian Turner

Many people begin the new year with resolutions. Others, perhaps out of concern for their ability to maintain a resolution all the way through, devise a short phrase, or even a single word for the year. 712 more words


7 Steps to Create a Culture of Respect and Inclusivity

Welcoming African-American Women into Your Practice

Lactation consultant and certified nurse educator Sherry L. Payne is:

  • founder of Uzazi Village, a nonprofit dedicated to decreasing health disparities in the urban core…
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Action Day 14: Five Cards for Toomey

They were not Valentines.

I left my phone at home today, so I wrote five postcards, which I will proudly display on Sunday as the ladies come over to write down their thoughts for some senators. 86 more words