No Shock to Women Here

When I was active in the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960’s (my family was always active in civil rights!), and later with the second wave feminists in the 1970’s and 1980’s (we also were always feminist coming from a Cherokee line of strong women), I repeatedly noticed out loud that my observation was that […]

Women are Doing It!

How about those Williams’ sisters! And, how about the women at the Olympics bringing home the metals!? As we look around us, the women of the planet seem to be breathing new blood into the planet as a whole and for women in particular. We women are not only coming in first within our own […]

Racism and All of Us

Ok. Let’s talk about racism since it is such a hot topic now thanks to so many including Hillary and Trump. I’m glad that the issue is coming up in the public conversation because it, like sexism, has never really been dealt with. First of all, I want to say that racism and discrimination are […]

Racism Revisited – Alive and Well

Racism Revisited – Alive and Well I was recently asked by one of “my kids,” a sixteen-year-old high school student in Germany who had to do a term paper on Martin Luther King, to share my experience of that time with her. This is how I responded to her questions. I thought you might find […]