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Join me Wednesday 9:30 AM WSLR 96.5

Join me Wednesday 9:30 AM WSLR 96.5

  We hear that women are disproportionately affected by COVID-19. What does that even mean? Isn’t EVERYONE affected? And even if that is true, why is it an issue? Join me Wednesday, July 19th at 9:30 AM on the Peace and Justice Report, WSLR 96.5 Community...

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Go Togo RPCVs!

Go Togo RPCVs!

Togo – a tiny country in West Africa – doesn’t make it into Western news very often, but it’s getting some good press today thanks to fellow Returned Peace Corps Volunteers Jenny Schechter and Kevin Fiori. They are the recipients of the 2016...

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Progress? Progress!

Way back in November 2014  (wait, a year and a half ago; is that possible?) I wrote about the shame of menstruation, the last worst taboo. (See that post here. If you haven’t read it, go back and do that now. I’ll wait.) I have also spoken about the fact...

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Better Late Than Never

Better Late Than Never

To file under the “ya think?” category, this from our friends at the New York Times: A Growing Disenchantment with October Pinkification. During this month’s pinkification of every-single-thing, I bit my tongue. Last October was my first fall in the...

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The Daily Show and Pink October

The Daily Show and Pink October

I received many comments on my Pink October post which took a rather dim view of corporations  sharing our Breast Cancer pain. (If you missed the original post, read it here.) Now the folks at the Daily Show – good ole John Stewart and Samantha Bee – have...

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