Where Do I Go From Here?

    First came the shock. The stunned silence. The disbelief. Then came more anger and rage than I felt I was capable of holding within the confines of my body. Yet that quickly dissipated, leaving me a mere shell, … Continue reading

The Empathy Gap

  Last night I attended a film screening of the documentary The Empathy Gap: Masculinity and the Courage to Change. The filmmaker, Thomas Keith, whose other films include The Bro Code and Generation M, introduced the film and held a … Continue reading

Z is for Zitkala Sa

Each week for 26 weeks, I am publishing a post about women who are not widely known but should be—women who can inspire us, teach us, and encourage us to get out of our comfort zones and reach for our … Continue reading

Y is for Yoshiko Uchida

  Each week for 26 weeks, I am publishing a post about women who are not widely known but should be—women who can inspire us, teach us, and encourage us to get out of our comfort zones and reach for … Continue reading

X is for Xaviera Simmons

  Each week for 26 weeks, I am publishing a post about women who are not widely known but should be—women who can inspire us, teach us, and encourage us to get out of our comfort zones and reach for … Continue reading

W is for Wilma Webb

  Each week for 26 weeks, I am publishing a post about women who are not widely known but should be—women who can inspire us, teach us, and encourage us to get out of our comfort zones and reach for … Continue reading

V is for Victoria Woodhull

  Each week for 26 weeks, I am publishing a post about women who are not widely known but should be—women who can inspire us, teach us, and encourage us to get out of our comfort zones and reach for … Continue reading

U is for Ursula K. Le Guin

  Each week for 26 weeks, I am publishing a post about women who are not widely known but should be—women who can inspire us, teach us, and encourage us to get out of our comfort zones and reach for … Continue reading

S is for Susette La Flesche

  Each week for 26 weeks, I am publishing a post about women who are not widely known but should be—women who can inspire us, teach us, and encourage us to get out of our comfort zones and reach for … Continue reading