"Only speaking out when one has skin in the game is not activism; it’s self-preservation.
If feminism is going to get truly intersectional, women of privilege have to start showing up when an event or action isn’t about them, listening to what marginalized women want them to amplify, and being allies beyond when it only benefits them." - Marchaé Grair
I attended my local Women’s March last year in Cleveland carrying a sign that said, “We’ve Been Marching. Black Lives Matter.” I didn’t carry the sign to shame those who were just finding their place in activism. Instead, I was suggesting to marchers, specifically white women, that there w...
For all who are attending this year's Women's March in Las Vegas and events across the country, we share this blessing by Erika Hewitt written before last year's historic march.
"Whether the faces in the crowd number in the dozens, hundreds, or thousands, may you not only recognize yourself, but may you also witness a dazzling tapestry of colors, languages, genders, ages, and bodies: proud testament to and humbling display of our human family."