I was there. I walked with the crowds on Saturday at the Women’s March. I can’t say I marched, because my energy wasn’t a marching energy…I was walking, observing and wondering. I was there for my children more than anything. Kind of sounds lame, but
More thoughts around race and privilege. Here is what happened on Saturday… I was out and about with my husband and Leo, our 10 year old son, when we saw this beautiful young woman posing for a photographer. Under the hot sun she stood poised in
Wanting to change the world can seem idealistic, ambitious and completely unrealistic. Yes, I have been called those things. It turns out I might have a complex because I want to save the world. That’s the story I’m digging into today in response to the
So there’s this. I had the opportunity to ‘inspire’ this morning at the Dane Buy Local meeting. It was a 2 hour meeting and I was on the agenda for 5 minutes of ‘INSPIRATION’. Too funny. My plan was to talk about the new STEP
Last week I was offered the opportunity to share a testimonial of my experience at the YWCA Racial Justice Summit at their annual fundraiser luncheon, the YWCA Circle of Women, based on a blog post I wrote. There were about 800 people in the audience.
I grew up with clarity that we treat everyone equal. That the color of our skin doesn’t matter because we are all the same. I grew up with clarity that we love all people the same. That our religion doesn’t matter because we are