I left the U.S. Air Force to become a mom. I became a teacher because I knew I would be able to serve my country in a way that was far less dangerous than remaining in the military - or so I thought. And then Columbine happened, creating in me a deep cognitive dissonance. Teaching wasn’t supposed to equate to serving in a potential war zone.
I'm inviting my friends and supporters to join me for Galentine's Day with Gwen - a celebratory fundraiser at which we will kiss the patriarchy goodbye as we move toward the 2018 midterms!Read more
Dear sisters -
Yesterday, on January 20, 2018, we reunited once again - this time to #MarchOnArkansas. Looking at all of you who gathered in downtown Little Rock in the name of resistance and persistence gave me so much so much hope.Read more
LITTLE ROCK - In 2017, we marched, rallied, held vigils, wrote letters, made phone calls, and showed up.
Now, once again, it’s time to get your marching shoes and signs ready! This Saturday, January 20, 2018, we will celebrate the #WeekendOfWomen and #MarchOnArkansas!Read more