Roe v. Wade should be 50 today.
Tag Archives: Women’s History
Rosh Hashanah is meant to mark the anniversary of Adam and Eve’s creation—a story I rewrote through a play called “Eve 2” some years ago.
Women’s Stories Fuel Women’s Equality
In moments like these, we all need to become material witnesses.
Pride is Part of My Feminist Future
LGBT pride flag photo via quotecatalog.com/quotes/inspirational. Happy Pride Month—which sounds odd to say this year, given what is going on for women and LGBTQ+ folks right now. Trans kids are being banned from playing sports with their friends and somehow we’re still talking about which bathrooms people should get to use. There is an increasingly crazyContinue reading “Pride is Part of My Feminist Future”
Remembering Dr. George Tiller
Today, in Dr. Tiller’s honor, I encourage us all to take action for abortion rights and access.
Finally, a Feminist Beat Story
Photo by Gloria Graham via Wikimedia Commons Diane di Prima was among the famous Beat poets—but somehow, being the only woman, didn’t become famous until about a month ago. No need to ask why you’ve never heard of her. Ever read the Beats? I have—since the Beats feature in my autobiographical novel, 44 Horatio Street,Continue reading “Finally, a Feminist Beat Story”
Beyond The Second Sex
I have some unusual Women’s History Month advice: Skip the theory and turn to Simone de Beauvoir’s fiction instead.
In Search of Berthe Morisot
I assume most of you don’t know the name Berthe Morisot—although she does appear in my book, The Road Not Taken, in a scene where she discusses her own invisibility in history. During Women’s History Month, I want to do my own part to make artists like her visible again.
Celebrating Feminism for Women’s History Month
I want to spend the month thinking again about the future—and re-defining feminism so it can be meaningful.
Let’s Celebrate These Women During Black History Month—and Beyond
During Black History Month, I’m thinking of the fight for a more just future. But the past can be powerful, too—a reminder of the legacies that shape our lives.