This blog considers issues related to the mass media and the political process, particularly as those two intersect. I have an interdisciplinary Ph.D. in journalism, history and political science, have authored two books, and am a university professor who teaches media studies, media history, and women in media. The blog is now two years old, with more than 360 individual posts. Among the highlights: In June 2008, a couple of months before either presidential candidate had chosen his running mate, I suggested Joe Biden and Sarah Palin....more
Jaya Kula (Jai•ya Koo•la) is a nonprofit spiritual organization in Portland, Oregon for people interested in learning about authentic Tantra and discovering more of life’s infinite potential.
Grounded in the Indian tradition of Kashmir Shaivism and the teachings of Sat Guru Sri Anandamayi Ma, Jaya Kula exists to support its community and all people in the natural process of unfoldment toward Self-realization.
A blog by Jayne Cravens, primarily focused on volunteer management / community involvement, tech use by nonprofits / NGOs, and outreach strategies for nonprofits/NGOs/mission-based organizations. There are also personal postings regarding travel, causes Jayne supports (such as women's rights issues), etc.
Women need to make it known, through their quiet, calm confidence and respect that they are the most powerful decision makers about faith, family and our country.
This site is meant to be a leading information hub for women to become Empowered to take control …. plus some fun stuff!!!...more