Rudyard Kipling said: If history were taught in the form of stories, it would never be forgotten. The snippets of LGBTQ history here are the stories of our lives, the stories of the giants on whose shoulders we all stand. Learn about them then tell the stories and remember… because knowing your history IS resistance! Thanks
Rudyard Kipling said: If history were taught in the form of stories, it would never be forgotten.The snippets of LGBTQ history here are the stories of our lives, the stories of the giants on whose shoulders we all stand. Learn about them then tell the stories…and remember, because knowing your history IS resistance! Thanks for
The distance to equal opportunity for women—in the face of the pervasive social, cultural, and legal roots of sex-based discrimination—remains considerable. —Supreme Court Judge Ruth Bader Ginsber Learning our history IS resistance! Thanks for taking this journey with me. Now go write your story! Today in LGBT History – July 13 100 BC, Italy – Caius
Somebodyshould have told us that not many people have ever died of love. But multitudes have perished, and are perishing every hour–and in the oddest places!–for the lack of it. —Author James Baldwin Learning our history IS resistance! Thanks for taking this journey with me. Now go write your story! Today in LGBT History –
Children no longer have a safe space in America, a country saturated in violence as a spectacle, sport, and deadly acts of domestic terrorism. Any defense for the proliferation of guns, especially those designed for war, is criminal. This is the discourse of political corruption, a government in the hands of the gun lobbies, and
I read On Tyranny yesterday by Timothy Snyder (2017). Snyder presents twenty lessons from the 20th century, adapted to the circumstances of today’s politics. I’ll present one lesson each day for the next 20 days (though I may insert a personal thought among the days). I hope you’ll read this little but powerfully inspirational book.
I jumped into an issue yesterday with some colleagues and discovered that I am apparently out of touch with the younger generation. The issue under discussion was one in which I would have been correct 20 years ago. But times and issues have changed, and I admire my younger colleagues tremendously. I hope they win
Yesterday was Kelly’s and my nine-month anniversary of our wedding. We celebrate months because, well, we’re older and every day is a celebration. The sun was shining and we went kayaking in Sequim Bay with some friends. As I sat in the middle of the bay, listening to the water slap my kayak, feeling the