Tag Archives: social change

The Experience

Hooks Ain’t I a Woman blew my mind because I read it at a time when I’d never had a close friend who was a woman of color. Now I turn to memoir a lot when I want to understand … Continue reading

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Leverage Offer

About a year and a half ago, during a transition in my life, I took a job I was overqualified for. I really do love the company, its perks and the people I work with. But my low salary has … Continue reading

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Does Your Job Title Matter?

Does Your Job Title Matter? This became the talk in my circle after I sent out the article “Does Your Job Title Matter? ” I like to think of myself as a humble person, but full confession, I worked my … Continue reading

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Opportunity for Discussion

If you want to fight on your child’s behalf for something that goes against school board policy, the answer is going to be no 100 percent of the time. But if you’re advocating a better process that impacts your child … Continue reading

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