A Call to Women: Are You Free if
All of Us Are Not Free?

As we approach the Independence Day holiday, I can’t help but feel the intense hypocrisy of this moment. The often-overlooked reality is, Independence Day did not bring liberty and justice for all. There are many who rightfully will not be celebrating freedom today. Read More

Confidence in Chucks: Kamala Makes
History and Paves the Way

It’s Black History Month, and what a time in our history to celebrate! In February (and every day!) we honor in an intentional way the incredible Black women who have affected so much change in the world. Women like Rosa Parks, Sojourner Truth, Audre Lorde, Shirley Chisholm, and modern-day heroes like Maxine Waters and Stacey Abrams come to mind. While looking back is an important tradition, we can also look to right now in celebrating Black history. It is so important to acknowledge what is true: Black history is happening right now and it’s incredible. Read More

Neutral Women Do Not
Change the Tide of History

My good friend, Susan Hyatt, wrote something on her Instagram feed last week that resonated deeply with me. She said, “Neutral women do not change the tide of history. I have no interest in being neutral.” I, too, have no interest in being neutral. Political apathy is dangerous, and plenty of politicians are counting on your apathy in this midterm election tomorrow. WE cannot be apathetic. Read More