As we contemplate what’s needed to make Haiti whole, securing the rights of women must be a part of any plan to rebuild the earthquake-battered nation. For now, it is fitting to remember three pioneering fanm ayisyen (Haitian women) who fought for the rights of women, often in an environment hostile to women and girls.
Last night I spent way too much time on the internet. What had my attention? The intolerance on Momlogic.com. I came across a new series of articles by Kimberly Seals Allers, editor of mochamanual.com, offering a decidedly different point of view than what you’d normally find on Momlogic. Kimberly is a published author who writes […]
Are the choices that black mother’s make–such as working outside the home–different from white mothers? It depends who you ask. Last week Bonnie Erbe, U.S. News & World Report contributing editor, in response to a Mother’s Day editorial published by Melissa Harris-Lacewell in the Sacramento Bee, ignited another battle in the never-ending mommy wars. What’s […]