Category: women

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I Will March

Today in the US is a holiday – a recognition of the birth of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., civil rights hero and activist, possibly most well-known for marching on Washington DC and...

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BOOK REVIEW: THE WITNESS OF WOMEN

When I first heard of the book The Witness of Women by Janiece Johnson and Jennifer Reeder, I thought it sounded interesting. I then heard that it was intended to be a resource for Relief Society...

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Round and Round We Go

My mother asked me to pick up a copy of Laurel Thatcher Ulrich’s A HOUSE FULL OF FEMALES last Wednesday night and have the author sign it at her lecture at the SLC Public...

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Guest Post: Story

By Chiaroscuro The stories we tell matter. They weave the core narrative of our collective culture. It was not until some time after I became a woman myself, and a mother, that I began...

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Tinkering

I must get a certain gleam in my eye. A telltale squint indicating that somewhere in my brain I am rifling through files, considering options, turning solutions around like gears locking into place and...

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2016 Year in Review

Happy end of 2016! Welcome 2017! 2016 marks this blog’s 10 year anniversary. Throughout the year, we posted retrospective posts reflecting on what this blog has meant to readers and bloggers, as well as summaries...