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Over the 4th of July weekend, I had quite a few discussions with friends and relatives about the state of our democracy. This 4th of July was the first time I seriously considered the possibility that our democratic institutions were in jeopardy. more
Feminist activists and historians have long advocated for recognition of women’s unpaid labor. In the course of doing research for my upcoming book, “Feminist Organizing Across the Generations,” I became aware of just how much of this work has not been documented. more
Philadelphia NOW, Pennsylvania NOW and the Philadelphia Commission for Women sponsored a well-attended virtual Town Hall on HB 40, which would establish a U.S. congressional commission to study and … more
Philadelphia NOW, Pennsylvania NOW, and the Philadelphia Commission for Women will sponsor a virtual Town Hall, “Moving Forward on Racial Equity” on December 6 from 2:00-3:30 p.m. … more
    Ballot question 2 proposes that “the Philadelphia Home Rule Charter be amended to create the Office of the Victim Advocate to advocate for crime victims and to work with … more
I fell in love with Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan Quartet and read all four volumes, as well as the earlier novellas, at least three times each. The latest book, The Lying Life of Adults … more