Teaching Tolerance: For My Students, the Women’s March is Just the Beginning

I’m over at the Teaching Tolerance blog today, talking about my students’ reactions to my going to the Women’s March on Washington: Their responses were as varied and multifaceted as they are. One girl said that the march should be Read more ›

Ms. Blog: A Crafty Way to Support the Women’s March

I’m over at the Ms. Magazine blog today talking about Pussyhats: and the Women’s March: In launching the Pussyhat Project, the co-founders created a meditative and communal activity that serves as a mindfulness practice as well as an organizing opportunity. Read more ›

No Resolutions for Me This Year

‘Tis the season of resolutions and promises to ourselves. Of one-word focused thoughts. Of gym memberships and diet plans. Of trying to be better versions of ourselves. At the moment, though, guilt is probably the most powerful motivator in my life because I feel intense guilt for not being more, or better, or focusing, or dieting. Read more ›