If you give a mom a gift at Christmas, she might need the gift receipt to go with it. When you bring the gifts to her on Christmas Eve, she’ll probably be confused that you bought her a gift at all. She’ll want to wrap it for you since she usually wraps the gift she bought herself with the left… Read more →
Monthly Archives: December 2016
Make Protest Signs Great Again!
Like many of you, I have attended a few protests in the last month in preparation for the Women’s March in D.C. I have little prior history of activism because my twenties were spent in the Clinton years and there just wasn’t much to protest—what with all that stability. Despite my novice, I was accused of being a professional activist… Read more →
The Women Who Made New York – The Day After the Election
The day after the election it rained. The downpour was ceaseless, but a small group gathered to discuss the achievements and losses of women in politics at the Tenement Museum. Author of The Women Who Made New York—and mom in our fair Momtropolis—Julie Scelfo moderated an insightful discussion with Dr. Zinga Fraser, Donna Zaccaro, and Liz Abzug. Zinga Fraser, PhD… Read more →