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Who Leads the Dance?

Recently in my work at a middle school, I was the staff member attending a class taught by a guest dance teacher. This delightful 80...[Read More]

Not Your Mother’s Movement

My parents weren’t activists. They began their adult life in the late 1960’s. Living in the South, the Civil Rights Movement was taking place under...[Read More]

Bridging What Divides

By Kim Pevia Editor’s Note: We are proud to have Kim on the Board of Women AdvaNCe.  In today’s society, chances are you live with,...[Read More]

The Price of Survival

By: Morghan Phillips, Research Assistant at the Pauli Murray Project at Duke University’s Franklin Humanities Institute   I am not a patient person, especially when...[Read More]

The Time to Act

By KaKi McKinney, Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America We see “Breaking news: Active school shooting” and we quickly check our phones to...[Read More]

Valentine’s Day As a Grown Up

It’s Valentine’s Day and I find myself reflecting on how things have changed over the years. In elementary school the day was all about coming...[Read More]