< p>This is part 4 of a four-part article series “Cultivating Climate Justice” which tells the stories of community groups on the frontlines of the pollution, waste and climate crises, working toge
Hello again, everybody!
On February 21, I met a group of women wearing black in silent vigil outside of the New York Public Library. The group gathers every Wednesday for an hour of vigil.
“Environmental Possibilities: Zero Waste” features new ways of thinking, acting, and shaping government policy that are circling the globe.
ESPANOL Abuso domestico como un violaciones de derechos humanos y el principio de debido diligencia - Un enfoque interseccional
About Me: I'm a Global Latin American, a world traveler. Mexicana por convicción, norteña hasta el tope. Consultora en RSE, escritora, docente y activista social.
Join the "They Only Eat Their Husbands" Book Tour Adventure, March 20 - April 16, as it hits the road hard in Wyoming, Montana, Washington, Alaska, Oregon, California & New Mexico.
I just turned in the final edits on my manuscript to my editor, and he told me that the next time I see my personal story it will be a book, an object that women can hold in their hands, store on thei
On April 10, 2008 José Javier Lacasa knocked on the door of the home of Andrés Marzal shot him to death then entered the kitchen of this home and shot and killed his ex-wife, Sylvina Bassani.
(The story behind, "The Mysterious Head Under My Bed")