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Finding strength through struggle: The most important gift my mom gave me

TweetOriginally posted at Strong Families By Anthony Carli Tears barreled down my face; I stumbled from my seat into the aisle of the school bus and hurriedly disembarked. My heart stung like a piece of its flesh had been torn off and left on the bus with the other fourth graders. Some shouted and laughed [...]
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Brother bully

TweetOk, I am new to this site and not sure where to post what, but I’m hoping this is where I can go for support for an issue that I am being tortured with. I am just looking for other women out there that may have been through what I have gone through and can [...]
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Dealing with family sexism at Thanksgiving

TweetThanksgiving is not my favorite holiday. Aside from the awful history behind it, I am just not a fan of turkey. However, the one thing I like about Thanksgiving is the fact that I get to see my family. For the most part, I love my family very much, and since I don’t get so [...]
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Our Little Light: Letter From A Young Activist

TweetBy Lindsey Hennawi, cross-posted at On The Issues Magazine The church was African Methodist Episcopal (AME), which we began attending after my mother had a falling out with the priest at our Catholic church over what color skin Jesus had, how it differed from his depiction in the church’s paintings, and whether the congregation was [...]
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Don’t you wish we had…

Tweet… a feminist text-response service? I’ve learned to articulate a lot of my beliefs, but when people attack what I think, it can be hard to come up with an immediate response. How great would it be if we feminists had a rapid response text service that would help us develop strong, accurate responses to [...]
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