Haiti: After the Earthquake

On January 12, 2010, Haiti was dealt yet another devastating blow in its long history of hardships. A 7.0 earthquake hit the country, toppling countless homes, businesses, and government buildings and killing over a quarter of a million people; many of the casualties came from in and around Port-au-Prince. Another 300,000+ people were left homeless,Continue reading “Haiti: After the Earthquake”

Reading Women: How the Great Books of Feminism Changed My Life

I’m giving away several books throughout March in honor of Women’s History Month. Win a copy of this book, courtesy of Public Affairs! Read on for more information. Struggling to balance her identity as a feminist, a married woman, a mother, and person with her own career, Stephanie Staal could feel herself sinking. Desperately graspingContinue reading “Reading Women: How the Great Books of Feminism Changed My Life”