OP/ED: A response to Hillary Clinton’s misogyny claims explaining her losing presidential bid

Guest Writer’s Spotlight: Maureen Noble In a recent MSN news article, “Hillary Clinton explains why she really lost to Trump“, Clinton cited a number of reasons explaining her loss to Donald Trump for the U.S. Presidency; largely citing these four factors for her defeat: – Russia. “A foreign power meddled with our election,” she said, labeling it “an act of aggression.” She […]

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Guest Writer Spotlight: Racism and “Color” as seen through the eyes of a child

Adapted with permission, from a Facebook post by Rita Slayton.   Indulge an old lady for a minute. I was a little girl in the 60’s. When I was in kindergarten we were learning about different colors. Red, blue, green, white, orange, black, yellow. One Saturday I was going to the rock quarry with my father when he stopped for […]

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Now seeking submissions for new Guest Writer Spotlight section

Have you ever thought about writing? Are you already an author who would like some more exposure? Do you have a subject you are passionate about? Do you like to write short stories, positive and uplifting accounts of random acts of kindness, poems, cooking articles, arts and crafts, or historical / current events? Do you have an issue that is […]

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Guest Writer Spotlight: Working to end HIV/AIDS stigma and discrimination

I’m a heterosexual man living with HIV. HIV/AIDS is a condition that affects us all; gay, straight, latino, black, white; you name it. If you have never been tested for HIV, I would highly recommend you do so because not only you are taking control of your own health by doing so, but you are protecting yourself and the ones […]

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Guest Writer Spotlight – Creation: The setting for a love story

Imagine the most beautiful love story your mind can create. The story needs to have a universal truth, a struggle, mystery, and unconditional love that can survive even death, so the audience can reach their catharsis with the characters in the end, and the story can be remembered and retold. The images on the stage, the mood lighting, the actor’s […]

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