About

imageI’m smack in the middle of the third quarter of my life which provides an excellent vantage point to reflect on my early years as a late twentieth century radical feminist based in New York City through the culture shock of moving to the Midwest and my most recent incarnation as a fundraising consultant. The women’s movement has changed considerably over the past thirty years – as have I – but my commitment to social justice has only broadened and matured. My blog is a series of observations on the nexus between the personal and the political: the individual choices we make within the context of our culture; the stories we craft about our lives, our work and our relationships; and how our choices and stories  define us and the  society we live in.

 

 

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5 thoughts on “About

  1. Let me be the first to welcome your blog! It sounds as if not only your age but also your experience in the feminist movement and your relocation to a very different cultural milieu will provide an excellent vantage point for your observations. Each of us is limited in what we can see from our vantage point, which is why it is so important to listen to what is being said by those with a view much different from our own.

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  2. I just wanted to say that thanks to you leaving a comment on Beyond Halfway, I discovered your blog, and I now subscribe to it. Very interesting posts. I look forward to reading more of your thoughts.

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  3. Thanks very much for following The Immortal Jukebox. I hope you will enjoy lots of entertaining writing and the wide variety of music. I usually post once a week. Please feel free to add comments. Good luck with your blog. Regards Thom.

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