An Open Letter to My Donors – Generation Justice
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An Open Letter to My Donors – Generation Justice

The first week in March is Rare Disease Awareness Week. It’s a time to learn more about the life-threatening illnesses people suffer from, but aren’t as well known as other diseases. I want to take this time to thank some people who saw me through one such disease. An Open Letter to My Donors: It...

Channeling My Inner Maria – Generation Justice
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Channeling My Inner Maria – Generation Justice

Recently, I met with award-winning journalist, Maria Hinojosa. Just a few months ago, I didn’t know who Maria Hinojosa was. I had never heard of her work, her obstacles or her triumphs. Maria hosts and produces Latino USA, a groundbreaking program on NPR which has aired for 20 years. Maria is also the President of...

Home Visits for the Non-Expert Parent
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Home Visits for the Non-Expert Parent

Becoming a parent is at once joyous and terrifying. When I had my son, I felt I had done something both miraculous and incredibly stupid. In my family, I had all the support I could have hoped for and still I wasn’t cut out for the first night at home with my son. As he...

One Born of the Other – Generation Justice
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One Born of the Other – Generation Justice

[:en] Losing In a previous blog I shared the words Indigenous activist Casey Camp Horinek said to me. They meant a great deal. They were warm and wise. And I missed that kind of good talk. A year ago, I lost both of my grandmothers. I didn’t do enough as a granddaughter for either of...