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Students Need Support to Thrive

I recently was invited to speak at my alma mater Cal State University Fullerton. Going back 22 years later does many of the things you think it’s going to do to you. For starters it makes you feel old and … Continue reading

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Five Fold Goddess

Rare is it that I stick anything on this page that isn’t about mothering, living in a small rural community, poetry or teaching etc. But now that my teaching life is done, I’m starting to explore a bit more and … Continue reading

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Graduate Mamas: The Bad Asses of the College

Last night was beautiful. Feather River College’s graduation was in particularly poignant to me. So many students I’d had for two, three, some four classes over the last four years were graduating (my babies!). I celebrate them one and all. … Continue reading

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International Women’s Day & Um Why Feminism Is Needed

I am a feminist woman who just got finished grading a bunch of papers because I’m also a teacher –historically a woman’s job by the way and like social work, the two lowest paying of the ‘professions’ –not just a … Continue reading

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Sanguine Dreams & Nightmares

I am channeling those books I’ve read. The ones I gave away at the end of Women’s Studies part I. I remember reading , acknowledging, hell in that happy hippy way affirming that the moon cycle was to be honored … Continue reading

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International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day. It’s our day. Of course in some parts of the world it is never our day. Women can’t breathe, can’t drive, can’t learn to read, can’t learn to write. Can’t have fun. Can’t just be. For women … Continue reading

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