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Ladies, You Are The Experts in the Room: Fighting Impostor Syndrome

Recently I attended a training that involved practicing introducing ourselves as professionals, I dare say, even experts. Picture some of the most influential or up-and-coming nonprofit leaders in the community, all wearing dress shirts and pantyhose, sitting in a circle, taking turn after turn, listing their title and why they are "the expert in the… Continue reading Ladies, You Are The Experts in the Room: Fighting Impostor Syndrome

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Intersectional Body Positivity

Recently, Emma Watson addressed her shortcomings as a white feminist, leaving many white feminists wondering: what is white feminism? Including myself. I don’t pretend to be an activist. Most of the time I find Issues to be far more complex than saying, yes, that’s good or no, that’s bad [insert Only a Sith deals in… Continue reading Intersectional Body Positivity

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Star Wars Made Me A Better Woman

I miss Carrie Fisher was the first thought I had after seeing "The Last Jedi." Fisher, for good reason, has become a feminist icon, a voice of reason in a world gone mad. Now she's gone. And I so desperately wish to believe in the Force; that no one is ever truly gone. However, the… Continue reading Star Wars Made Me A Better Woman