Pocahontas

I Googled “Pocahontas” this morning and was presented with political commentary galore about the president’s joke on November 27, 2017 while honoring the living Native American code talkers at the White House. The first page of my Google results carried four resources for the actual […]

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Who is She?

Hello, it’s a good day for a poem, don’t you think? I wrote this just for you. Who is She? By Cheryl Hunter Who is She? Who is that one who      refuses to be compliant      refuses to be silent     […]

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Running from my White-ness

This has been a difficult year for many as we adjust to a new government administration that seems the polar opposite of the previous eight years.  The past administration has been blamed for increasing racial tension and making our country less safe. I continue to look […]

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March, Women and America

The month of March is significant to me personally for a variety of reasons. March is my birth month, that makes it special, but the celebration of women in history and recognition of their contribution to the progress of the world make March an important […]

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I am just a woman

“I have ploughed, and planted, and gathered into barns, and no man could head me! I could work as much and eat as much as a man — when I could get it — and bear the lash as well! I have borne thirteen children, […]

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Autism Reality

As the mother of a 21-year-old man with severe Autism, I appreciate the effort made in research, recognition, raising awareness and everything else that the month of April brings. Though I am at a point of acceptance and normalcy in my life with Autism, many […]

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Bun-Bun’s Theory of Everything

I wrote a book a few months ago. It was inspired by some conversations my husband and I have had about, well, everything. I wrote it under the fantastical premise that my albino rabbit suddenly decided to spill his guts on his theory of all […]

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