Thanks to Judith McDaniel for sharing.
Have you heard that children were separated from their parents under Obama and Clinton? Then, you need a little Facts vs Myths lesson. Michelle Martin, PhD Cal State Fullerton summed up the most important facts.
There is so much misinformation out there about the Trump administration's new "zero tolerance" policy that requires criminal prosecution, which then warrants the separating of parents and children at the border. Before responding to a post defending this policy, please do your research... As a professor at a local Cal State, I research and write about these issues, so here, I'll make it easier for you.
Since this year’s inauguration, we’ve seen a sea of protest sweep across the U.S., from spontaneous events to carefully organized marches that have been in the works for weeks. As a seasoned protest veteran, it’s exciting to see so many people engaged in taking their causes to the streets. It’s coming at a price, though.
Storytelling for Nonprofits: FREE GUIDE: How to Present Stories that Attract Donors, Win Support, and Raise More Money
Stories make a cause relatable, tangible, and touching. Moving stories tug at donors' heartstrings and motivate them to give. But crafting a compelling story isn't always easy, and not all stories are created equal.
Letter to the Daily Miner, J'Aime Morgaine, Kingman Resident, Apr 4 2018
During the past few months of promoting the 2019 Mohave County Women’s March, it’s been interesting to see how many women believe there is no longer a need to march for women’s rights, believing that women have already achieved equality. So in honor of March as National Women’s History Month, here’s a reminder of why it’s more important than ever that we march.