I Was Raised by a Racist Parent

Author’s Note: I am choosing to remain anonymous for this post and hope you will understand why.    My mother is racist. It’s hard for...[Read More]

There is Strength in Numbers

By Macy Adkins Three years ago, I did not consider myself a feminist.   Feminism, unfortunately, carries a heavy stigma with its name. Coming from...[Read More]

Punk Cuts to End Rape

Editor’s Note: Emily was our 2016 Moxie Scholar at Women AdvaNCe. She continues to be a valued part of our community and we celebrate her...[Read More]

Ways to Eat Healthy This Summer

By Sh Landa Burton, Degreed Food and Nutrition Education Specialist & Certified Diabetes Peer Educator Working in my community and teaching healthy tips to families on a...[Read More]

Get Ready for Frostbite

By Kaila Eckstein If you’ve been called a snowflake lately, it is my unfortunate duty to inform you that was likely not a metaphorical way...[Read More]

World View of Education

By Olivia Hall Olivia Hall is assistant vice principal at Salemburg Elementary School and Roseboro Elementary School. In addition to her work as assistant vice...[Read More]