I Don’t Feel Like Social Justicing: Race and My Husband’s Medical Emergency

Over the past week, my husband, the love of my life, my best friend, the one who gets me, the one who made me believe in love in ways I never thought I could, had a medical emergency. I did not and do not feel like social justicing. Yes, I created a verb out of Read More

Lose the Guns and Keep the Privilege: Facing the Issue of White Male Mass Shooters

A recent school shooting had taken place. It alarmed and grieved many of us, who followed another tragedy unfold in the news.  As I walked through the hallways at a predominantly White high school,  the tension pulled at me with each step. I overhead a conversation. Congregated by lockers, a concerned White male student spoke with Read More

My Thoughts After Two Ageist Encounters Within a Month

The United States’ obsession with youth has created a monster where disrespect to olders continues to unfold as a norm. It has bothered me for quite some time. It seems like ageism is not as en vogue as sexism, racism, or homophobia, for riots or marches over the issue have not been a staple in Read More

Yep! They Remembered: When People Bring Up Your Past

Have you ever wanted to do something different, anything from a new hobby to a career change to starting your own business to a new hair color, yet you thought about what your friends and family would think about your past and your choice? Have you ever started rehearsing in your mind what shortcomings people Read More

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