Tag Archives: feminism

New column: “Ours is a collective heart”

Recently, I had the honor of being asked to speak to the United Methodist Women’s group at the church where I grew up, in Greenville, South Carolina. It was a wonderful night, to say the least … but beforehand, I … Continue reading

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New column: “I need a she-ro”

These days, I need a she-ro. (Insert the 1980s Footloose soundtrack at will). So that’s my column this week in The Greenville News. I hope y’all enjoy it. And if you do, I hope you’ll share. To read, click here. … Continue reading

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New column: “Celebrating women’s history in our own words”

This week’s column in The Greenville News is an homage to the ladies, because it’s National Women’s History Month! The column is filled with, among other things, some of my favorite quotes from some of my favorite women. Hoorah for … Continue reading

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New column: “Anything you can do, I can better”

This week’s column in The Greenville News is all about growing up a girl, raising girls, gender inequity, and more. But the question I want to know is, does “the war between the sexes” start in kindergarten? Read it here.

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