Can we create a recipe that both nurtures us as women and encourages our public protests? A part of me is literally buoyant with the idea that I can be effective in causing enough commotion to make a political difference, but it doesn’t have to be viewed only as protest. I can be the storm in my unique way and so can you.
When we feel safe, we trust. I no longer feel safe. My country doesn’t look like the country that I believed it was and I am mourning. Hot tears are always close and I am not a woman who cries easily.
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Election Day is finally here. After a long and hard-fought battle, the US presidential election is finally coming to a close today, November 8, 2016.
Presidential nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are making a final dash across multiple states before election day, November 8th, 2016.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton (R) and U.S. first lady Michelle Obama (L) acknowledge supporters during a campaign event at the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum October 27, 2016 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
Happy Birthday Hillary Clinton, on Oct 29th her 69th birthday , the first woman to ever be nominated as the presidential nominee of a major political party.
Presidential election seasons usually bring us the almost endless round of solemn promises, ringing endorsements, platitude-filled speeches delivered with gravitas, presented as though the whole thing is a novel experience. This year, we are presented with a new level of drama/entertainment.