Black Women in Alabama – 2017 in review

2017 was a hard year for everyone:  ailing elderly parents, issues with our children and/or partners, problems in work or finding it, or coming down with sometimes  illness as serious as cancer (shoutout to B). As I have repeated time and time again: #bwia #BlackwomeninAlabama. If they could move forward in adversity, anyone can. But the only …

Lisa Nishimura

Okay, we get it. We know it. Women, particularly women of colour and LGBT, get overlooked in the film and television industry. Weinstein is a pig. No news there. But this is age of the internet and Twitter- there is no excuse for us to pretend that woman are not there doing the work, creating …

Collaboration

It never ceases to amaze me how the one thing one is looking for can suddenly drop out from the sky… or,  my case, from a radio podcast. So was the case with a episode of The Current where Anna Maria Tremonti interviewer Canadian negotiator Adam Kahane (aside: this is why we need public radio …