A Whole Team of Shaquille O’Neal’s – The 2013-2014 Seattle Seahawks
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A Whole Team of Shaquille O’Neal’s – The 2013-2014 Seattle Seahawks

I am really loving all the things I have been learning about the Seahawks Super Bowl Champions today. I knew about their on the field talents but I did not realize all of the amazing things they do off the field. I mention that the Seahawks are a team of Shaquille O’Neal’s because of the … Continue reading

Quote of the Day: 16 December 2013 on Women, Political Culture, and Political Institutions
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Quote of the Day: 16 December 2013 on Women, Political Culture, and Political Institutions

“What people learn about their worth and role in society has an impact on the way they engage with politics…The political culture of a country shapes the ways in which women’s political ability is judged in political institutions and in society and how women see politics, themselves, and their capacity to contribute to the political … Continue reading

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Re: Jill Biden Description in Her Recent Op-Ed (11 Aug 2011)

Author’s Note: I recently wrote a letter to the Accuracy Department at USA Today in Response to my reading of a recent Op-Ed Dr. Jill Biden wrote on the Somali Famine Dear Mr. Jones, I recently read the Op-Ed that appeared in your paper, I read the article online, on 11 August 2011 written by … Continue reading

Double-Latte Project July 2011 – WUFPAC (Women Under 40 Political Action Committee)
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Double-Latte Project July 2011 – WUFPAC (Women Under 40 Political Action Committee)

Earlier this year while discussing Double-Latte Selection Running Start, I mentioned that I discovered Running Start while doing a paper on Women’s Political Action Committees. This link to Running Start is this month’s Double-Latte Selection the Women Under Forty Political Action Committee (WUFPAC). Why WUFPAC? Like Running Start, I selected WUFPAC because of my deep … Continue reading

Double-Latte Project March 2011 Women, Action & The Media! (WAM!)
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Double-Latte Project March 2011 Women, Action & The Media! (WAM!)

Happy Women’s History Month! In honor of Women’s History Month I wanted to feature an organization that reflected women but also reflected an issue that has become really important to me public and independent media. Women, Action & The Media! (WAM!) combines both of these wants making it a great selection for The Double-Latte Project. Why WAM? I … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 10 September 2010

Top Five Where’s the outrage over immigrant slayings in Mexico? Who Gets to Review and Be Reviewed? Authors, book critics drawn from narrow pool 10 Years of “Feminism is for Everybody” I Have the Coolest Friends The Worst Toys Ever Made for Girls–Our Top Picks I don’t agree with all of the comments the author makes … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 18 June 2010

Top Five Think Again: Networks to Women: “Never on Sunday” Another reason why I very sporadically catch news & information from the Big 6: ABC, CBS, CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, & NBC. If you want to hear diverse voices check out PBS or Democracy Now (My views are center left so I am unsure of more center … Continue reading