This happened September 20… As I was driving today, I sat at a red light. I heard “Fuck Hillary Clinton” from behind me. I thought, really? But then he kept yelling it. I put my car in park and went to confront him. I asked him what he thought he was doing, that I had […]

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By Jillian Stacia The personal is political. This is one of the most commonly recognized feminist arguments. It highlights the connection between what goes on in a woman’s personal life and the current political infrastructure. Essentially, it means that you are not alone- that what you go through on…

Just as I was 15 years ago when the horrors began to unfold, today I was teaching when we remembered the planes hitting buildings. Today church bells rang twice during my class.   Today I knew what those bells were for.  Fifteen years ago I was teaching second period, Honors English 12.  It was a […]

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I’m so excited to be co-hosting this event on October 15th at 6:30 pm with Kailey Tedesco. Some of my favorite people will be reading their work this night, and I can’t wait to check out Coffee House Without Limits for the first time. If you’re local: hope to see…

In the past three days, I have been interviewed twice about trigger warnings.  What I have realized from these two interviews is that many issues are being conflated into one, and the term “trigger warning” is now synonymous with “censorship.” You can listen to my ten-minute interview with Dom Giordano on CBS Radio here.  I was […]

I recently wrote a few articles for Teaching Tolerance about the Olympic coverage and how it can be used in the classroom.  The original draft of my piece about intersectionality talks about misogynoir, a term that suddenly everyone is googling: Phelps’s subject position is rooted in being one of the greatest swimmers of all time—but his male […]

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