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Lessons from Susan B. Anthony: A Role Model and a Woman with a Clear Vision

One of my favorite role models from history is Susan B. Anthony. She spent the majority of her life advocating for basic human rights and most especially for a woman’s right to vote. Even into her eighties, Ms. Anthony was … Continue reading

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Entry #6: September 24 – Post-Traumatic Growth?

Entry #6: September 26, 2017 – Post-traumatic Growth? Two years ago I was preparing to leave my office and head to my classroom. Just as I was grabbing some materials for my students, I saw an alert on my computer: … Continue reading

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Vision Matters: What Would Susan B. Anthony Say?

After the U.S. 2016 election, we are now facing some very uncertain times. We need a clear vision for the future. If Susan B. Anthony, a 19th Century suffragist and activist, could share her thoughts on the importance of vision, … Continue reading

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From Scared Speechless to Speech Teacher

I was a scared speechless young mother of about twenty. Even though I couldn’t speak up, I could put my thoughts on paper. I wrote a first-person recollection of my experiences as a nurses’ aide working in a horribly managed … Continue reading

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Yes, You Can Change Your Life!

Yes, You Can Change Your Life! I belong to a little community gym about a mile from my house. Normally the place is pretty low key until the first two weeks of January each year. All of a sudden it’s … Continue reading

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