Come sit on my racist chair, smart lady

January 26, 2014 0

To suggest that this was merely offensive because it was released on MLK Day is even more disgusting. She still doesn’t understand how demeaning her actions were on any day. […]

When was the last time you got hammered?

January 24, 2014 0

If you hide in your cubicle, some day you’ll want to break out and be more than what and where you are. Take a look at the women I profiled who were hammered during most of their lifetime and made a difference for all of us at […]

India Can’t Save Women from Rape: Creates Gun for Her

January 21, 2014 0

It’s hard to look at India and not wonder what happened to the once thriving culture and home to the man of peace, Mahatma Gandhi. Today, it is defined by violence against women that is brutal, systemic and pervasive, leaving no individual woman safe from its grip on society. […]

Above all, love each other deeply.

January 14, 2014 0

I’ve only seen them at a circus or zoo and their slow, deliberate movements just seems so forced and exhausted. There’s a lot to dislike about circuses. […]

Who is the Real Victim, Mr. Martin?

January 9, 2014 0

Reality shows that black women are graduating from college, starting businesses, and even VOTING at a higher rate than our male counterparts. Why can’t we get THOSE titles? Why can’t we be acknowledged for the accomplishments and strides we have made in society? […]

ReadyHouston’s RUN. HIDE. FIGHT.®

January 7, 2014 0

The City of Houston’s ReadyHouston group had the brilliance to develop this film on violence in the workplace entitled, RUN. HIDE. FIGHT.® Surviving an Active Shooter Event. Every single person in America should watch this. […]

To the Male Citizen

January 5, 2014 0

‘To the Male Citizen / If This Is Womanly – Why Not This?’ Cartoon by Mary Ellen Sigsbee, c1910, supporting the right of women to engage in civil professions and occupations, especially in supervisory capacities.” […]

Someone Get This Poor Woman a GOOD Lawyer

January 4, 2014 0

I think Rhodes did give her mother dignity. She took her in from the nursing home and did her best and never sent her back. For a while, she even did it on her own. Even the medical examiner said that there were no signs of foul play. Was there neglect? I’ll bet both women would show signs of neglect. […]