Tag: April Wilson

Doing our part during the holidays

Happy Holidays! I hope everyone had a peaceful Thanksgiving day with minimal family drama, plenty of great food, and a moment to reflect on the historical, cultural and political meaning of this holiday. As a U.S. born citizen, the Thanksgiving holiday has been embedded in my traditions as a day of gratitude for the country

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Reclaiming “witch”

“Show me your witches, and I’ll show you your feelings about women.” -Pam Grossman, on society’s use of the term “witch”.  Being a feminist with a support system has its perks. For example, all my friends enthusiastically affirm my decision not to have children and I never face a moral qualm over choosing to prioritize

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Environmentalist skier

I would like to think that I am a fairly considerate environmentalist. I try to eat local and organic as much as possible, I buy primarily used clothing and furniture, and up until the last few years I forwent owning a vehicle, electing instead to depend on public transit and my 1989 Diamondback bike as

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