6 Books Every Woman Should Read for Asian Pacific Heritage Month

The New York Public Library recently published a list of Asian-Pacific American Heritage Picks for Adults, and I was dismayed to find geishas and shoguns but so few titles that actually help raise awareness of the lived experiences of Asians in the United States, which is the goal of this designated month Some books were written by Asian authors, but not really about the context of being in America. And yet others were just problematic. Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, really?...more
Ashleigh Burroughs Thanks for the recommendation, although I feel that while Lisa See herself is ... more

6 Books Every Woman Should Read for Asian Pacific Heritage Month

The New York Public Library recently published a list of Asian-Pacific American Heritage Picks for Adults, and I was dismayed to find geishas and shoguns but so few titles that actually help raise awareness of the lived experiences of Asians in the United States, which is the goal of this designated month Some books were written by Asian authors, but not really about the context of being in America. And yet others were just problematic. Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, really?...more
Kim Court You're welcome! Hope you check some of them out. more

6 Books Every Woman Should Read for Asian Pacific Heritage Month

The New York Public Library recently published a list of Asian-Pacific American Heritage Picks for Adults, and I was dismayed to find geishas and shoguns but so few titles that actually help raise awareness of the lived experiences of Asians in the United States, which is the goal of this designated month Some books were written by Asian authors, but not really about the context of being in America. And yet others were just problematic. Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, really?...more
Julie Ross Godar Let me know what you think if you read them... more

Hello & Welcome (to both you and me!)

Hi all - BlogHer newbie Enn here.  I considered waiting until I had the absolute perfect words for my  first BlogHer post.  But then I looked at the available topics and realized that my blog niche doesn't fall into any of those categories.  Thus this post.I write about concealed carrying of firearms. Sounds deep, filled with political angst, and totally about men doesn't it?  It's not. At least not for me.  I keep it simple...and girly!...more
Welcome to BlogHer, Enn. I look forward to reading more of your posts... more

I'm just not that kind of woman

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I enjoyed this... even though I love red dresses. Sometimes we have to try on a lot of "skins" ... more

The President Joined Twitter 3 Hours Ago!

President Obama, otherwise known as @Potus to his Twitter followers, joined the site three hours ago and his follower count is jumping by the thousands every few seconds. ...more
Did you see this tweet from @BillClinton? Love their sense of humor: <blockquote ... more

My Newest Mommy Blog - Mommy Politics

Hello!I am so excited to start my very first political blog. You won't find perfect prose or outstanding investigative reporting here, only my own musings from a mama in Kentucky....more
Looking forward to reading your posts! more

Honoring Patsy Mink: Leading the Way as a Mother and Author of Title IX

May is Asian Pacific Heritage Month, and as the first Asian American woman elected to the US Congress—and the first woman of color to serve in either house— Rep. Patsy T. Mink is one of our country’s most significant female leaders....more
Patsy Mink is so inspiring. And I was really bummed to have missed Winning Girl when it screened ... more

How Jill Nystul's 'One Good Thing' Blog Became Her 'One Good Life' Memoir

Jill Nystul of One Good Thing By Jillee has a new book out today: ONE GOOD LIFE: My Tips, My Wisdom, My Story...more
How awesome, Jill! So glad to have met you during the fashion show at BlogHer '13... more

Gale Anne Hurd Invites Community Support to Create New Documentary Celebrating Wilma Mankiller

Gale Anne Hurd is making a movie about Wilma Mankiller, and she's inviting contributors to join the supportive community required to launch it. The Hollywood industry leader and executive producer of The Walking Dead, who spoke at BlogHer '13, is working with director and producer Valerie Red-Horse to produce MANKILLER. This important documentary will celebrate an important figure who, despite earning the Presidential Medal of Freedom, is relatively unknown. ...more
Thanks for sharing this, Deb! more