Are some politicians slowly waking up?

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Unless you've been living a Salinger-esque life of self-imposed isolation over the past 18-months or so, you've likely heard by now about CBD and...

While we were distracted by Kavanaugh, the Trump administration quietly slashed the number of refugees who will be admitted to the US next year...

“I can’t give you a hello hug anymore.”  I found my colleague’s light-hearted attempt to acknowledge the #MeToo movement surprising and anything but light....

We were once better than that
“I was working at a cybercafé. The gangs started asking for the renta money and would come by my house leaving written death threats everywhere on...

The midterm elections demonstrated a shift for women in power and the move to gender parity in what many are calling the Year of...

In a moment of great scrutiny on the arts --whether they should be socially engaged or aesthetically courageous, or whether past canons based on...

I recently found out that the baby that I’m expecting will be a little girl.  When I learned the incredible news, I began searching online...

Friday's conviction of former police officer Jason Van Dyke for the murder of Laquan McDonald may not bode well for Amber Guyger. She is the off-duty...

Sexual injustice is not only something women encounter in the workplace. It happens in the doctor’s office, too. What we have been recently hearing...

“You are not technical enough in performing to level three engineering capabilities. I am not sure you were even meant to be an engineer....

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Supposedly, America is due for a recession. Maybe even a little overdue. Jamie Dimon, CEO of JP Morgan Chase Bank, joked during a 2010 congressional inquiry into...

Girls have nothing to be ashamed of

#White Privilege

People are dying — children of all colors and faiths, Black men and women, Jews. The ideas of truth, honor, life, and liberty are...

Sexual assault is not exclusive to Hollywood and the world of politics. It also is a problem in our military, one that I lived through...

“No, please, don’t.”  That is what I used to say gently and politely to unwanted passes from men when I was a young single...