As a generation and a world today, the focus is constantly on the negative surrounding us. But what about all the positive outcomes we have seen in the last two decades?
I don’t think people quite understand what is going through the hearts and minds of those there. Not the media or the government, but the people standing in seven hour long lines for twenty dollars of gas, slowly watching their canned food and water bottles disappear and wondering, “How am I going to get more?”
Waking up that Monday morning to the news of what had transpired in Las Vegas was so devastating to both my husband and myself. We sat glued to the television for hours, absorbing as much information as we possibly could.
The fact of the matter is this: every woman has a Harvey Weinstein in their lives. Most of us just don’t like to talk about it.
We’re experts at coming together when things are going wrong. But what about standing together when things are going right?
I’m not a huge fan of these extreme ways of protesting. Like many, I cringe a bit watching someone gleefully torching a flag or turning their back when our national anthem is played.
Here’s the sad fact: for women, it’s not a matter of if this will happen. It’s only a matter of when this will happen.
She’s been missing since 3 a.m. on Saturday.
Kiss you childhood goodbye because AIM is officially on death row and there’s nothing you can do about it.
How many mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, grandparents, cousins, aunts, uncles, and friends have to die before we say enough is enough?