Radicalized through no fault of her own … I have three broad thoughts about Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s earthly departure that may appear clumsy to place in one post, so I’ll stick to the most obvious one — remembrance — and consider what else to share later. RBG — who fought for social equity until, […]
Read More Rest in Love, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (1933-2020)
Is this pink pussyhat on top of Harlem’s Harriet Tubman statue a symptom of the famed New York City neighborhood’s gentrification from black and brown to white? Or is it a visual turn of phrase for how this year’s Women’s March on the first anniversary of President Donald Trump’s tenure in office — and more […]
Read More Sunday Smack: what about Harriet Tubman’s pussyhat?
I have plenty of post-election thoughts to share, but will have to break my natural stream-of-consciousness writing style and create a series of posts to avoid publishing tomes. This is still a blog, after all … Perhaps a good place to start is a discussion about women’s personal connection with Hillary Clinton being so close to punching […]
Read More POST ELECTION MEDITATIONS – WOMEN AND STRUGGLE