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Month: August 2019

Some people are going to fight the fight in different ways. Not everyone’s going to agree with my path. I’m sticking to empathy

Reading Time: 5 minutes There is a lot of the really god-awful to fight. Persistent oppression and white supremacy need strong words and tough, real action. We have a growing oligarchy and an eroding democracy. The damage path spreads by the hour.

My point is that we all have to find our own way to fight. We all have to find our own resonance. Our own voice

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3 Stories You Should Read 8/29/2019: DHS, Fracking, Dorian

Reading Time: 2 minutes Confluence Daily is your daily news source for women in the know.   In the category of:  Not the guest anyone wants  Hurricane Dorian intensifies as it heads for US Dorian is currently spinning in the Atlantic Ocean with winds up to 110 mph.  So far, the storm has swept across the British and US Virgin Islands and whipped Puerto Rico with rain. It’s expected to get even stronger over the next few days — with winds reaching up to about 130 mph — though it will likely slow down before it hits. If Dorian...

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Teachers’ Top Needs for 2019

Reading Time: 3 minutes Confluence Daily is your daily news source for women in the know. (Family Features) Great classrooms don’t happen by accident. Teachers across the country work hard to build vibrant, energizing learning environments for their students, which often means everything from microscopes to pipe cleaners, graphic novels to oboes, class pets to field trips and much more. As a result, teachers spend more than $1 billion from their own pockets each year on supplies. However, parents and community members can lend a hand. Helping to offset teachers’ expenses can take many forms, from working directly with...

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